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Clarksville Foundry President Charles Foust Jr. helped bring the idea for a public art sculpture from vision to reality. Clarksville Foundry Casts Downtown Commons Sculpture 06/27/2018

Clarksville Foundry recently partnered with award-winning sculptor Vaughn Randall to cast a public art piece to commemorate the grand opening of a new public space in downtown Clarksville. The sculpture is the first public art piece in the newly opened Downtown Commons. Each individual casting of the sphere mimics the design of the First Presbyterian Church’s […]

Clarksville Foundry Receives Ovation Award Clarksville Foundry Receives Ovation Award 06/26/2018

Clarksville Foundry produces more than industrial “widgets,” as President Charles Foust Jr. refers to the majority of the company’s casting work. In fact, the Foundry is a valuable resource for artists both near and far. From the “Rosette Bobbin” and “Window to the World” sculpted by Vaughn Randall, to “Patterns of Progress” by Tom Malone […]

Downtown Commons Sculpture Rendering TRC Hosts Naming Contest for Sculpture Cast at Foundry 03/28/2018

The Safe, Clean and Green (SCG) committee of the Two Rivers Company (TRC) of Clarksville, Tennessee, invites citizens to submit names for the spherical sculpture that will be located at Downtown Commons. ABOUT THE SCULPTURE: The spherical sculpture is a collaboration between State University of New York College at Cortland professor and sculptor Vaughn Randall […]

Clarksville Foundry Has Rich History in the City 05/24/2017

Clarksville Foundry was featured in an online video segment on The segment produced by Daynnah Carmona features more about the history and day-to-day production process at the family-owned foundry. Click the play button below to watch the segment.

Clarksville Foundry Supports Teacher Externship Program 11/16/2016

Some Clarksville-Montgomery County School System teachers visited Clarksville Foundry this summer to learn how industry can inspire student learning. The CMCSS Summer Externship Program offers local science and math teachers the opportunity to go on-site at local businesses and organizations to learn how science and math is used in various careers. Clarksville Foundry was one […]

Matthew Padgett Matthew Padgett Remembered 11/04/2016

Matthew Padgett, a Clarksville Foundry employee for more than 40 years, died May 16, 2016 in Clarksville, Tenn. He is remembered by Clarksville Foundry employees – past and present – for his versatility and devotion to his profession. Padgett’s obituary can be found here. Padgett started working as a laborer at the Foundry in 1974. […]

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