Jeffrey G. Pahlmann
Jeffrey G. Pahlmann was born on September 8, 1956, in St. Louis, MO. His parents later relocated to the Lake of the Ozarks where he graduated from Camdenton High School. He then began working in the sheet metal industry, and remained for more than 33 years. During that time he developed a skill and a desire to work with copper.
Jeff’s copper artwork is a result of his passion for creating sculptures and wall hangings from recycled copper leftover from custom copper roofs, door and window awnings, custom chimney caps, as well as a host of other architectural copper accents. His copper metal artwork is original, one of a kind, handmade, and colored with flame and acids.
Jeff has participated in many local art shows. He has displayed his work at The Fickle Frog in Corning, Iowa, Gallery 12 in Camdenton, MO, at Soul Mountain and Listhus Gallery in Front Royal, VA, and Capital Arts Gallery in Jefferson City, MO. He has been twice featured in Lake Lifestyles magazine as well as Ozark Magazine. He has also been interviewed on KRMS talk radio.
Other than high school art classes, Jeff hasn’t received any formal art education, but he holds to the belief that his ideas are not tainted by the status quo. Jeff refers to his commissioned work as “your imagination is the limit.”