About

Graham Anderton works from a forge tucked away on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, an area that’s had a legacy of high quality steel work for over 150 years.

It’s here that Graham realised that he could make his passion for steel become an art form.

So welcome to Gray Star Forge, where Graham creates stunning bespoke sculptures. He heats, bends, welds and machines metal to produce spectacular results. From dragons to peacocks to stiletto shoes to the iconic racing bikes which graced the start of last year’s Tour de France and this year’s Tour de Yorkshire.

Graham is developing an unmistakable brand – and creating work that is appreciated by clients both in the UK and overseas.

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Wow another year gone and voting for the Craft & Design selected awards 2015 has already started,   Thank you to all the people who have taken the time to voted for me and taking me to the finals for the last two years , it is very much appreciated,

All so can take this opportunity to thank all the people who voted for me last year it is much appreciate.t

Voting opens for the Selected Awards 2015, please Vote for your favourite
make at http://www.craftanddesign.net/awards/selected

Sculptures visit Rudding Park 2014 when Yorkshire turned yellow, some great feed back thanks to all.

Sculptures visit Rudding Park 2014 when Yorkshire turned yellow, some great feed back thanks to all.

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