Photos by Kyle Selby/The Valley ChronicleMax DeMoss enjoys working from home on his 10-acre property – private foundry included! ■ By Kyle Selby / Reporter Max DeMoss has been casting metal and making sculptures since he was 15 years old. Today, at 72, he and his wife Carolyn live in Hemet, hidden away in the orange groves (10 acres of which are his), where he specializes in bronze sculptures. He creates his work at home in his very own, private, foundry art studio. DeDeMoss’ sculptures range from 6-inch figures, to large bronze creations that can get as large as 12 feet in diameter. Most of his work, often influenced by religious,
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