sculpture network start'18 in Seagrove NC, U.S.A.: Carolina Bronze Sculpture Park & Foundry
Carolina Bronze Sculpture and Billingsley Atelier are hosting a scratch block workshop and aluminum pour along with an Open House at the foundry in Seagrove, NC, as part of the stART18 New Year’s celebration.
Create your own design by scratching into prepared sand molds, then watch as our staff pours molten aluminum into your mold. It is cool and ready to take home within one hour. While you are visiting, be sure to walk through NC’s newest sculpture garden, home to over 18 sculptures installed around a beautiful pond. And don’t forget to take a foundry tour to see how bronze sculpture is made. Champagne will be available for the traditional New Year’s toast at 1 pm.
The sculpture garden will be open for tours on your own. We have an audio tour available at uniguide.me. If you are interested in learning about the sculptures and many of the plants in the garden, download the app to your phone and type in Carolina Bronze.
The foundry will also be open for free guided tours. We are currently working on several large scale sculptures! Please wear closed toe shoes for your safety and keep small children close. The foundry tour takes approximately 45 minutes.
Scratch block aluminum castings are $30.00 - Donations for the celebration are welcome
Carolina Bronze Sculpture has been known for over 25 years as the East Coast's finest bronze casting foundry providing the highest quality sculptures for artist all over the country. We are at the forefront of the digital technology overtaking the casting industry and are committed to lowering our carbon footprint through our solar and geothermal energy projects, energy efficient lighting and extensive recycling efforts. We are expanding our business model to build a collaborative effort among arts groups in our area to promote the arts and empower the steadily growing art community with the ability to educate, create and preserve the pride of the fine arts in North Carolina.
As part of this effort we have opened the Carolina Bronze Sculpture Garden, opening the park to the community as well as the many visitors that come through the Seagrove area