September 1, 2021

Six artists, six interviews

Sneak peek:  “I had the pleasure of chatting recently with each of our six featured stone workers to learn more about how they plan to approach […]
August 5, 2021

Sculptors inspecting the site

Five of our six sculptors who will be participating in the Hallowell Granite Symposium joined event host Matt Morrill and event organizers Deb Fahy and Bob […]
August 4, 2021

the sculptors will arrive…

You may have seen news about the upcoming Hallowell Granite Symposium, an exciting new event in Hallowell, coming in Spetember. The artist/sculptors with arrive on September […]
July 1, 2021

Granite Symposium Receives Grant

Hallowell Granite Symposium Receives Maine Bicentennial Grant to Celebrate the Art and History of Local Granite Industry February 9, 2020, Hallowell, Maine — The City of […]
June 9, 2020

Dan Ucci

My sculptures are a result of living with stone on a daily basis. I walk on them in my dooryard, toss them down at the water, […]
June 9, 2020

Isabel Catherine Kelley

Based out of Windham, Maine, Isabel Catherine Kelley has been practicing sculpture for severalyears. After receiving her BFA in Sculpture and Minor in Art History from […]
June 9, 2020

Andreas von Huene

I create art that comes alive and engages my audience through overlapping levels of imagination. My joy is in developing the character and vitality of each […]
June 9, 2020

Mark Herrington

 I am a self taught artist. Growing up in Maine as an outdoorsmen I found myself being inspired by the glacial erratics that are ubiquitous In the […]
June 9, 2020

Jon Doody

“I work in reclaimed materials whenever possible.  I explain my art as being the continuation of the story of the piece that I have worked.  The […]