Buddy Holmes is the owner of Waterfall Forge and has been making copper waterfalls, garden fountains and other copper art for homes and businesses for over 25 years. His work has been recognized nationally on Home and Garden Televisions "Modern Masters" series. One of Buddy’s fountains and sugar kettles was the center feature on a show on the DIY Network. He has demonstrated his craft for the Mississippi Forge Council's Annual Conference and was one of the main demonstrators at the Alabama Forge Councils' Tannehill Annual Conference. The Tannehill Conference is one of the largest gatherings of metalsmiths and blacksmiths in the United States. A nice article was written about his work in Country Roads magazine;  Another article and pictures were featured in the “Anvils Ring” magazine of the Artists Blacksmith Association of North America a few years ago. Pictures and an article were also done for the National Copper Associations online magazine. His last away from home workshop was done in Panama City, Florida June 2010. Buddy's shop is always open for people who would like to visit and watch work being done or would like to learn to work with copper themselves. (please call ahead) This is the Waterfall Forge studio (shop) in Prairieville, LA. It is nestled in amongst the trees and surrounded by a small bayou. Alongside and below this picture are some photos of blacksmiths, metalsmiths and customers who come by from time to time plus a few pics of me.
A Little About Us
Buddy with Fish MFC members relaxing Mississippi Forge Council visitors Youngsters learning Amelia working Buddy with copper heron Buddy teaching workshop in Panama City Buddy hooking up workshop fountain At the end of the Panama City workshop. My shop in the woods.
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Custom copper waterfalls and fountains Pictures of customers copper fountains and sugar kettles. Outdoor copper fountain Gallery Page Fiberglass sugar kettle page Home page Buddy working on copper heron fountain Big heron fountains about to be shipped out. Buddy working on heron Buddy with Sanctuary at Rye sign before shipping.
Buddy Holmes is the owner of Waterfall Forge and has been making copper waterfalls, garden fountains and other copper art for homes and businesses for over 25 years. His work has been recognized nationally on Home and Garden Televisions "Modern Masters" series. One of Buddy’s fountains and sugar kettles was the center feature on an show on the DIY Network. He has demonstrated his craft for the Mississippi Forge Council's Annual Conference and was one of the main demonstrators at the Alabama Forge Councils' Tannehill Annual Conference. The Tannehill Conference is one of the largest gatherings of metalsmiths and blacksmiths in the United States. A nice article was written about his work in Country Roads magazine;  Another article and pictures were featured in the “Anvils Ring” magazine of the Artists Blacksmith Association of North America a few years ago. Pictures and an article were also done for the National Copper Associations online magazine. His last away from home workshop was done in Panama City, Florida June 2010. Buddy's shop is always open for people who would like to visit and watch work being done or would like to learn to work with copper themselves. (please call ahead) This is the Waterfall Forge studio (shop) in Prairieville, LA. It is nestled in amongst the trees and surrounded by a small bayou. Alongside and below this picture are some photos of blacksmiths, metalsmiths and customers who come by from time to time plus a few pics of me.
A Little About Us
Buddy with Fish Mississippi Forge Council visitors Buddy teaching workshop in Panama City Buddy hooking up workshop fountain My shop in the woods.
You can Hop around the main pages on my site by clicking pictures below.
Custom copper waterfalls and fountains Pictures of customers copper fountains and sugar kettles. Outdoor copper fountain Gallery Page Fiberglass sugar kettle page Home page Buddy with Herc and the big urn headed to California. Two big heron fountains about to be shipped.