Stonework Gallery: Other Stonework
Hand-split granite with a simple black bracket.
I was recently contracted to design and build this 5-circuit medieval labyrinth as a permanent installation for the University of New England.
Hand-split granite foundation stones from a 19th century farmhouse find new life in these front steps.
Hand-split granite with a simple black bracket
8′ granite steps with a granite flagstone landing make for a grand entrance at this stately West End home.
The bricks at this historic Yarmouth farmhouse are wicked old, each one a little different from the next. I went with the original basket-weave pattern and the result is an antique look with plenty of character.
The existing patios at this home were constructed without the proper base of crushed stone and stonedust, and as a result hadn’t fared well over the years. All the brick was taken up and set aside, a foot of dirt … Continue reading
This granite arch was built with no mortar and no heavy equipment. Construction began 4 feet below ground for the foundation, and culminated 12 feet in the air with the keystone.
Built in Portland’s historic West End, this project was approved for construction by the Portland Historic Preservation Committee. New England red clay brick with a white cedar picket fence.
Maine fieldstone, found on site and fit together to form a raised garden plot with stone walkway. A second, smaller garden is under construction in the background.