There is no fair description of what goes on at an iron pour. Sure, there are flames and sparks and glowing molten metal, seen through an aura of smoldering heat and acrid smoke, but heck, you’ve really just gotta be there. Even among the esoteric milieu of sculptors working in cast iron, it’s an anticipated event. And more so, as University of Colorado Denver sculpture instructor Rian Kerrane points out, it’s an act of community: “For us,” she says, “it’s a labor of love, and one that mixes a blue-collar ethic with the... More >>>