The look and feel of stone fascinates me, and I took these shots this afternoon at the Sculpture Symposium in Prospect Harbor. A nice day, but dry, so the colors and such from anything that was really in progress and not polished up a bit were dust laden. I did grab a few pieces of scrap as mementos and something from which I might make a piece of jewelry or such. The bulk of the pieces this year is amazing, and a couple of the "post and lintel" pieces are very imposing. I especially like the more finished piece that was done in a basalt stone with the hands, face, and bird.
I was born in Ellsworth and grew up in Winter Harbor, Maine and have lived here most of my life. I received my Bachelor's (1973) and Master's (2005) degrees from the University of Maine. I am a Maine boy through and through.