Sunday, March 22, 2009

The Foundry Iron Pour


Can you say "HOT!"

The Foundry iron pour was a crowd pleaser at Saturday's Pilgrimage as Alabama Art Casting melted scrap iron in a mobile furnace and recycled it into cast-iron art. The art was etched by purchasers of these scratch block molds.

The molds took about 45 minutes to cool and harden.

More Pilgrimage photos can be found
at Selma NOW.

Read more about Pilgrimage
in The Selma Times-Journal.

Be sure and visit the Selma, Ala. Daily Photo tomorrow, March 23,
for its 2nd Anniversary!

4 comments:

Hilda said...

I think I would have been part of that 'pleased crowd.' This is fascinating and I would have loved to watch it too.

Jacob said...

That looks like great fun. Your photo captures the essence of the event very well!

Boise Diva said...

What a neat thing to be able to see

Bergson said...

I love to see the old crafts in action