An owl carving kit produced by myself for Southern Stone. This kit contains everything you need to carve your own owl, including the stone. Step by step photographic instructions are included to take you from the initial block through to … Continue reading
Author Archives: Eilidh Fridlington
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.
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
The whole point of letter cutting in stone is to create shadow so it can be seen. However, there are times when you might want to paint it, such as if it’s to go indoors where the lighting isn’t as … 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