The stones which I process are pieces of waste taken from a stonemason's
I often nodge Belgian blue freestone. Nodging is a technique used by stone
masons who adorn building stones. It consists of fine parallel grooves
ham- mered with a wide chisel.
I also use the colour differences which occur on the surface when a freestone
is raw, abrased or polished.
To other sorts of stone I apply light structures on the surface
which only should emphasize the stone's own structure and individuality.
I like stones because of the beauty inherent in their material.
You are invited to see some of my stones,
click photos (upper left)
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