Blacksmithing has a very long history. Kenny applies traditional and more contemporary techniques of forging to his design, furthering his goals of creating art and preserving ancient craftsmanship. Using a coal forge, hammer and anvil, he makes tools that enable him to hone his craft and create art and functional objects. Blacksmithing also provides the opportunity to “think out of the box,” allowing him to design to suit his needs. Because working sculpturally in metal often results in a less predictable flow, and perspective shifts depending on the angle from which a piece is viewed, Kenny’s metalwork is a tangible result of exploration and discovery

93 Carey Run Road
Frostburg, Maryland 21532

Traveling West: Take I-68W to Exit 29 (Finzel/ Route 546). Turn left onto Route 546/Beall School Road. *Proceed
approximately 1 mile to “T” and turn right onto Old Frostburg Road. Go about 100 yards to “Y,” take right fork (Old
Frostburg Road) and proceed downhill to base of hill. Where road dog legs sharply to left, bear right onto Carey Run
Road. The house is about 0.2 miles up the hill on the right. Keep going right at every choice point, crossing Savage
River (wooden bridge), then Carey Run (another wooden bridge). Drive up past the horse barn to the house.

Traveling East: Take I-68E to Exit 29 (Finzel/Route 546). Turn right onto Route 546/Beall School Road.
Follow above directions from asterisk*.