Eddie Wentorf began creating bronze sculptures 25 years ago after an accident which damaged his left hand. While recovering, he began working with clay, and seeing that clay had its limitations as to the fine detail he was looking for, he turned to bronze casting.
His son David joined him and now runs the Foundry in Woolgoolga NSW. They have complete control over all stages of the bronze foundry process from creating the first sculpture in wax to pouring the molten bronze and finishing.
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