Karen Cantine’s work has always fascinated me. The very first hammer I ever made was in an effort to raise some silver bowls to emulate work of hers that I’d admired . back in 1988 neither effort were very successful but that did nothing to stifle my metals interests. “Some “ years later we finally got to meet and a collabration managed to happen. I hope do more.m
Hand forged metal work
Wow, time passes quickly. 30 years of creative metal work by Shawn from Front Step Forge. https://frontstepforge.com
Throwback Thursday.To the time I forged a pair of keys for Queen Elizabeth II to present to the province of Alberta at the rededication of the Royal Alberta Museum 2005. #royalalbertamuseum #ram #tbt❤️ #queenelizabethii #alberta #edmonton #frontstepforge #ceremonialkey #keys #keystothecity #royalvisit #handmade #edmontonmade #yegmade #yegmetal #metalartist #yegartist #throwbackthursday
https://www.theyegmakers.com/podcastsIn this episode, was in the forge with Shawn from Front Step Forge. Shawn has a unique perspective to making and the maker community that he articulates like no one I’ve met. On top of that, he made me an incredible hammer. To see images of the hammer or Shawn’s process, please visit his page or follow the project on social media - @theyegmakers
Front Step Forge has been involved in some fascinating custom and one of a kind projects over the last 20 plus years of hand forging metal. out that time we have always kept stocks of coat hooks, bathroom hardware, candle holders and handmade tools. Here is the online portion for my website....