A three dimensional version of Edvard Munch’s The Scream carved by hand in Maltese limestone by Tony Geoghegan from Ireland on a recent carving course.
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This post shows the creation of a backflow incense cone holder in Maltese limestone on a recent carving course. Here you can see the stone with the initial idea of the face sketched on to it. The idea was to … Continue reading
As part of the Introduction To Stonemasonry Courses, I show clients how to mark mitres onto the stone using a pencil and flat piece of wood. As it was a sunny day, I decided to show them how the Egyptians … Continue reading
A pictorial blog post showing the creation of an ovolo mould in Maltese limestone by a client on a recent Introduction To Stonemasonry course. Everything in stonemasonry is a flat surface, so the first thing to do is work a … Continue reading
Carving a Garden Spirit with Lee. Lee wanted to carve something that would live amongst his plants and add interest to his garden. For this carving we chose a naturally shaped piece of Ancaster limestone. The idea was to use … Continue reading