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A hammer, tongs and pieces of metal lie on a table in Asbee's studio. "I'm having as much fun as I did when I was 20," he says.

Asbee stamps his mark into a rivet and uses a blowtorch to heat the rivet. Asbee works roughly 25 to 30 hours per week in his studio. 

Asbee uses tongs to carry hot metal in his studio. Before specializing in sculptural and architectural pieces, he forged gates and fences.

"I'm having as much fun as I did when I was 20," Asbee says.

Don Asbee hammers the handle of a spade in his studio.

A piece of metal heats up in Asbee’s homemade furnace. Asbee built his coal and propane forges in 2017.

Asbee uses a drill to remove a piece of metal from a tool stand.

Don Asbee uses tongs to hold hot metal over his forge in his Hartsburg studio.