In the early 1990s, while walking her dog, Rebecca Low would often come across metal scraps and car parts on roadsides. After taking a welding class, Low starting transforming these discarded pieces into works of art; within a few years, she decided to pursue a career as an artist. The Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal Gallery & Studio opened in 1998, showcasing works that the artist herself claims are often just for fun. From a bright pink elephant’s head and 7-foot-tall robot named Carlotta to more abstract configurations of old dredging chains and aluminum cable, Low’s creations are undeniably distinctive. Many of her sculptures are big, and Low displays her largest pieces in an outdoor sculpture garden, where you’ll also find a number of fire and water pieces. The gallery also features the work of other sculptors such as Scott Peterson and Rita Dee. Commissions are welcome.