All posts tagged stonecarving

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Bird’s-eye view

  One minute he’s saying ‘ let me know what you want and I’ll do it if I can’ …. and the next thing he knows he’s strapping a camera to the gallery ceiling. Massive […]

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Stonecarved at Aspex

Stonecarved 1.8.2015 – 27.09.2015 It’s taken 18 months to put this show together. Three new works comprising of 13 carved pieces, film, digital, and printed work. You can see a […]


Letterform development

I decided to develop a new lettering system for the lettercut work that will be showing at Aspex. As Aspex is housed in 19 century structure, I sought out letter-forms contemporary […]

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And the website goes live

Starting 2015 with launching the stonecarved project website. Check out the launch film and how you can get involved.

Forche carving - Work in progress

Project update: November 2014

Blimey, the year has sped past. 12 months ago I was on my first trip down to Aspex in Portsmouth, with no idea about the adventure in store. The opportunity to create new […]

The quarry at Ham Hill

Quarry visit: Harvey Stone, Ham Hill, Somerset

Harvey Stone is the second quarry visited for the Stonecarved project. Stone has been quarried at Ham Hill in Somerset since Roman times. Ham stone is a Jurassic limestone. Medium […]

Florian Kirchertz, owner, London Stone Conservation

There just isn’t an understanding of what natural stone is, and why it is so important.

Florian Kirchertz runs London Stone Conservation, one of only a few specialist firms working in stone restoration and conservation in the Capital. Over the last 10 years, he has built […]

work it out

Project update: February 2014

Over the last couple of months I’ve been giving a lot of thought to what I want Stonecarved to do. Thinking more about how I want it to behave more […]