This Salmon has been sculpted by Pete Johnston with patina skills by Brandin Pinder. It is 24” long, on a river bed of Native Madera, sprinkled with Mahogany stones. This one has found a new family but we are already working on another one on a Bronze base
The Foundry was closed these last few weeks because of a national lockdown due to the Corona virus which has been spreading all over the world. As of today, The Bahamas government announced that the country could reopen with some safe measures in place. We are now checking the foundry for safety and will be open starting on Monday. At the moment, we have no plan to reopen for any visitors to the foundry until further notice.
Yesterday, we learned that Bob, our friend and long time resident of Little Harbour passed away yesterday... Our condolences to Alison. Farewell on your last journey Bob...
Today was the first castings of the 19-20 season. After Brandin rebuilt the furnace, it was left to dry a couple of weeks to remove all moisture.