A hunk of scrap metal. Burned cars. Bottle caps. Rusty nails jutting out of a discarded 2 x 4 . The objects many of us take for granted are the ammunition for Lunz’ work. His pieces marry the gritty refuse of a techno-industrial society with the elegance, precision, and techniques used to manufacture traditional fine metal work and jewelry. It’s a journey down the metaphorical diversion canal off the post-industrial waste stream.