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Women for Shepherd Metal Pour and Art Exhibit

Dr. Heidi Hanrahan introduces Alyssa Imes before participants began working on their scratch block molds. Alyssa, who is a 2018 graduate of Shepherd, conducted the pour with her self-made furnace. Julia Robak Photography

The finished scratch block molds were prepped for the iron pour. Julia Robak Photography

Julia Robak Photography

Mary “Peachy” Staley (r) enjoys some treats and conversation while working on her mold. Julia Robak Photography

Each participant created individual pieces from personal inspirations. Julia Robak Photography

Julia Robak Photography

Julia Robak Photography

Julia Robak Photography

Participants were able to get a close-up view from the FASTEnER Lab Bay window while working on their molds Julia Robak Photography

Cindy Calhoun, who brought her grandson with her to the event, created a turtle for her metal piece. Julia Robak Photography

On display were pieces from Alyssa Imes and her team. Julia Robak Photography

“Phylus” the furnace Julia Robak Photography

The scratch block molds are laid out for the iron pour. Julia Robak Photography

Alyssa Imes supervises iron being poured into molds Julia Robak Photography

Julia Robak Photography

Julia Robak Photography

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