Al received his BFA from the College for Creative Studies in Detriot, MI, majoring in Illustration. In 2006 stone and bronze became his preferred mediums, often combining both to make life-size, representational figurative, fantasy and animal sculptures. The sculptures are carved with an illustrative approach giving emphasis to realism and detail. Working as a Park […]
Third Session of Mm 30. The largest class ever! What a great group of artists and new friends who came from far and wide to carve in Marble. We had lots of young people and several family groups, which is always fun. Thank you all for participating and we hope to see you again next […]
Session 2 Part 2. This gallery is all about fun! Special thanks to photographer and fellow carver, Allen Lefever, for contributing his wonderful shots from the wrap-up party. Also, a hearty thank you to Erik Schlagenhauf and Hog Island Oyster Co. for the fresh Oyster Bar Happy Hour. What a treat it was to slurp fresh […]
Session two, part one. We loved this talented group of stone carvers and the enthusiastic beginners! The weather was perfect, the company was great and we danced under the stars. Click on any image to begin a full-screen slideshow. Part one of two.
Kicking off the 30th Year celebration, we were delighted to reconnect with so many old friends and welcome lots of new ones. It was especially wonderful to have a number of MARBLEmarble 1 carvers attend the 30th anniversary. A magical, memorable time for all. Click on any image to begin full-screen slideshow. Enjoy!
We are thrilled to welcome back our friend, Japanese artist & master stone carver, KAZUTAKA UCHIDA. He will be our special guest instructor for all three sessions in 2108. This is a wonderful opportunity for participants to study under a celebrated international artist. Mr Uchida will give a talk and slideshow featuring his work and his […]
As seen in Roaring Fork Lifestyle Article and Photography Nicolette Toussaint “I owe the sculptor I am to this place and this woman,” says Nathan Slape, gesturing to Madeline Wiener. A slender, silver-haired bolt of energy, Wiener has momentarily come to rest, settling like the marble dust coating all the aspens in camp. There’s emotion […]