Shaping metal is like the creation of life: Metal is as durable as time, and as fluid as a river, as rigid as a rock, or as flexible as a feather. To a sculptor, metal is liquid.

Bronze statues have survived for eons in the open air, while the carcass of an automobile may dissolve after a few years in the rain.

The choice of metal, how it's worked, and what it's used for, define the craft.

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