Posts tagged dry stone work
VPR "Visiting Artists" Series Interview

My interview on Vermont Public Radio is airing at noon today - most likely after the segment on under-age drinking parties. 

Jane Lindholm visited me at work in Dummerston last week for a feature on this month's installment in Vermont Edition's "Visiting Artists" series. Click on VPR's Vermont Edition for more info.

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What's Love Got To Do With It?

The techniques used to set stones in relation to one another can be varied. The sizes and shapes of the stones in any supply are often the final determining factor in the design of a dry stone structure. The supply limits the possibilities, focusing the process of design on what is doable. Limits actually increase the potential for a successful outcome. By first assessing the qualities of the available stone, a more ornamental or contemporary design might be considered and pursued.

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