Tour the Foundry Tours on Thursdays by Appointment.

Each Thursday at 11:00 am we have a foundry tour that educates you about the lost wax process of bronze casting. Fun and informative! The cost is $10 per person. Please reserve your spot ahead of time.
Individuals and small groups welcome!

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Bill Nebeker’s 14 ft. “If Horses Could Talk” has been installed!

When you are heading North on Hwy 89 from Prescott you will see this historic monument at the Deep Well Ranch Roundabout. Sculptor and Cowboy Artist Bill Nebeker enlarged this piece to 14 ft. tall! We are grateful to The James Family Trust and the Prescott Area Art Trust for making this dream come true.…
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Arizona Daily Mix features an interview with Ed Reilly and Bronzesmith!

Thank you to Angela Scott and Arnold Corella of AZ TV for the filming and interview they did with Ed Reilly at Bronzesmith. This video shows the multiple steps in the lost wax bronze casting process.
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“If Horses Could Talk”

The 14 ft. enlargement of Bill Nebeker’s “If Horses Could Talk” is completed and will be installed at the Deep Well Ranch roundabout in the near future.What an outstanding sculpture and artist!
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Bill Nebeker’s “If Horses Could Talk” and the AMAZING Bronzesmith Crew

The Bronzesmith crew is working on Cowboy Artist of America, Bill Nebeker’s 14 ft. “If Horses Could Talk”. The bronze casting has begun, and when completed will be approximately 150 molds and weigh 4,000 lbs. A very generous donation has been made that will pay for this historic sculpture that will be placed in a…
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If Horses Could Talk by Bill Nebeker

Cowboy Artists of America Bill Nebeker and his foam enlargement of" If Horses Could Talk"
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View the segment and learn more about other exciting local businesses too. Thank you to Arizona Highways for creating this amazing segment revealing the intricate steps involved in the bronze casting process. Bronzesmith owner Ed Reilly gives a fascinating talk & tour of the intricate, labor-intensive, 8-12-week casting process, including a molten bronze pour. The…
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