Inspired metal master

Food Bank fundraiser is slated for Nanoose Bay area

Blacksmith artist Dave Kasprick is creating a series of pipe people which will be on display at his Nanoose Bay studio open house October 13.  The event is being used as a fundraiser for the local food bank as well as for the less fortunate in Mexico.

Blacksmith artist Dave Kasprick is creating a series of pipe people which will be on display at his Nanoose Bay studio open house October 13. The event is being used as a fundraiser for the local food bank as well as for the less fortunate in Mexico.

Nanoose Bay blacksmith artist Dave Kasprick has been forging creativity from his traditional metal forge for many years but the simple act of giving back to those less fortunate not only to his own community but one that is miles away is what has been inspiring the metal master these days.

Kaprick’s good deeds over the years have generated much needed revenue for the Nanoose Bay Community Cupboard food bank.

 

Last December during an open house at his studio he donated all the proceeds from the sale of his sea star sculptures to the food bank and that amount combined with generous donations from those who dropped by the forge resulted in over $500 for the local charity.

 

 

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