Tour the Foundry

We are open for tours again!!!

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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Ed Reilly, Sculptor of the Jenkin’s Obelisk

Jenkins Obelisk tribute to Prescott Valley’s past, with nod to the futureIntricate bronze monument to be dedicated Aug. 28 at Civic Center Prescott Valley-based bronze sculptor Ed Reilly stands beside the Jenkins Obelisk, which he designed and built for the Town of Prescott Valley during the past year. The monument will be erected later this…
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The Jenkin’s Obelisk, sculpted by Ed Reilly

The Arts and Culture Commission of Prescott Valley has chosen Ed Reilly’s idea and artwork to become a new landmark for the town. This 18 1/2ft. tall obelisk is becoming a reality thanks to the generosity of the Jenkin’s family, therefore, it is appropriately named the Jenkin’s Obelisk.  The bas- relief obelisk features the Yavapai…
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Bill Nebeker’s “Lest We Forget”

The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office will be unveiling the bronze memorial statue, “Lest We Forget”, sculpted by local and Cowboy Artist Bill Nebeker during the ceremony on May 1st beginning at 1:00. The ceremony and sculpture will honor the 18 law enforcement officers who have been killed in the line of duty in the history…
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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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