RECONCILIATION SCULPTURE: MAKING THE FORGE

Pictured is Josh, putting some final touches on the 4′ long C-shaped forge that is being built for the Reconciliation Sculpture. This will allow us to forge large, long pieces of steel without having to feed them through a circular forge. This one has a door that opens up the side to allow the steel in laterally. The refractory concrete alone for this forge cost $2500, and has taken nearly 10 days to build. Right now it just looks like a gigantic steam-punk invention.

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