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September 26, 2021

Deb and Cary

September 26, 2021

Granite history by Earl Shettleworth, Jr

Granite Symposium Remarks – Hallowell, September 11, 2021 Granite was quarried in Hallowell commercially as early as 1815 with stone supplied for the construction of the […]
September 26, 2021

Granite artifact

September 17, 2021

Thursday Sept. 16, 2021_ Granite Symposium

Thursday, Sept 16, 2021 at the Hallowell Granite Symposium. Amazing day, process and progress with these 6 artists, taking rough granite all the way to 8000 […]
September 13, 2021

Symposium Dedication

September 11, 2021

Interview with Dick Alden

The largest piece of stone art that Dick ever created started with a 5,000 pound block ofJonesboro red granite… and took a good six or eight […]
September 11, 2021

Hauling granite

It was quite a sight watching the Maine Stone Workers Guild bringing loads of granite in to Stevens Commons today! The symposium opens tomorrow at 10am […]
September 11, 2021

Granite Cookout

Many thanks to Vaughan Woods & Historic Homestead for treating our Hallowell Granite Symposium artists and volunteers to a cookout last night – good food and […]
September 10, 2021

Sneak Peek: Samuel Finkelstein

Sam Finkelstein’s loose framework for their stoneworking practice is focused around a three-digit form, resembling fingers or toes: “I tend to create abstract biomorphic forms with […]