MEREDITH — Artist-blacksmith, David Little and his Winnipesaukee Forge crew will be featured in a segment on WMUR Channel 9's "New Hampshire Chronicle" on Wednesday, March 4, at 7 p.m.
While the "Chronicle" crew was was taping the segment, Little shared Winnipesaukee Forge's story and demonstrated blacksmithing during WMUR's visit. The entire array of work that Winnipesaukee Forge creates includes fine furniture, lighting, drapery hardware, decorative accessories, fire screens and hearth products as well as architectural installations such as handrails and more. Much of this work shows Little's focus on "reinterpreting nature in forged steel." Designs such as leaves and vines as well as scrolls and flourishes give the work its signature esthetic.
Winnipesaukee Forge is located on the campus of The Arts Collaborative, co-owned by Little and his wife, Heidi. As part of her visit, "Chronicle's" Erin Ferlau toured the Arts Collaborative gallery and design showroom and the art teaching studio. The Littles have drawn on their growing network of the finest regional artisans to assemble an exceptional sampling of work created in complementary materials (iron, wood, copper, blown glass, ceramics, acrylic paintings, serigraph prints, and more).
The segment can also be view online starting March 8.
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