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Don Smalley, Stefan Van Der Ende, Mark Wholey, Terry Mollo, Moraru Marius, Christos Alevras, James Mcloughlin, Sirbiladze David, Martin Glick, Francesca Bianconi, Christopher Stone, Robert Raikes, Beatriz Cunha, Lou Lalli, Mary Eiland offering original Stone Sculptures artworks.


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Stefan Van Der Ende: 'marble view7', 2012 Stone Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:  Bianco Pi marblePhoto : studio XLM                                                                                                      ...
Abstract - Sculpture
100 x 220 cm (39.4 x 86.6 inches)
Mark Wholey: 'Whales Tooth', 1997 Stone Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:    Carrara Marble     ...
Abstract - Sculpture
7.2 x 18 inches (18.3 x 45.7 cm)
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Terry Mollo: 'Moonstruck', 2012 Stone Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:   A broken fragment of the moon; Black & white alabaster; Front View  ...
, 2012
Abstract - Sculpture
6 x 17 inches (15.2 x 43.2 cm)
Terry Mollo: 'Moonstruck', 2012 Stone Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:    A broken fragment of the moon; Black & white alabaster; Rear View   ...
, 2012
Abstract - Sculpture
6 x 17 inches (15.2 x 43.2 cm)
Moraru Marius: 'Ponderar', 2012 Stone Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. Artist Description:   escultura  ...
, 2012
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
46 x 75 cm (18.1 x 29.5 inches)
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Moraru Marius: 'Rapsody', 2012 Stone Sculpture, Music. Artist Description:  escultura ...
, 2012
Music - Sculpture
36 x 68 cm (14.2 x 26.8 inches)
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Stefan Van Der Ende: 'standing 2', 1987 Stone Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. Artist Description:  carrara standing snake carrying marble bronze                              ...
, 1987
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
70 x 240 cm (27.6 x 94.5 inches)
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Stefan Van Der Ende: 'marble view 6', 2012 Stone Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:  Bianco Pi marble associative abstract transparantclosed open sides culture                            ...
Abstract - Sculpture
100 x 220 cm (39.4 x 86.6 inches)
Stefan Van Der Ende: 'marble view 4', 2002 Stone Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. Artist Description:  bianco pi marble     ...
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
100 x 220 cm (39.4 x 86.6 inches)
Stefan Van Der Ende: 'standing', 1987 Stone Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. Artist Description:  carrara marble , bronze     ...
, 1987
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
70 x 240 cm (27.6 x 94.5 inches)
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Christos Alevras: 'Y', 2009 Stone Sculpture, Minimalism.
, 2009
Minimalism - Sculpture
19 x 30 cm (7.5 x 11.8 inches)
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James Mcloughlin: 'Our Troubles and Worries', 2011 Stone Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description:  Carved out of Kilkenny Limestone this piece was inpired by the unfinished statues of the master sculptor Michelangelo.   ...
Figurative - Sculpture
13 x 27 inches (33.0 x 68.6 cm)
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Sirbiladze David: 'heart and shield', 2011 Stone Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
50 x 17 cm (19.7 x 6.7 inches)
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Martin Glick: 'Endymon', 2011 Stone Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description:    Endymon was the young Greek man that fell in love with the moon.  this alabaster torso is reaching for the object of his obsession.  Because  the veining of the alabaster interfered with the classical form of the male, I painted the stone and then waxed the surface.  The ...
, 2011
Figurative - Sculpture
24 x 14 inches (61.0 x 35.6 cm)
Terry Mollo: 'Solace', 2011 Stone Sculpture, Abstract Landscape. Artist Description:   Multi- layered, multi- hued translucent alabaster carved into a spherical shape, a global or planetary form. Horizon moves from the dark into the light; whole form rolls back into itself, and turns inward.  ...
, 2011
Abstract Landscape - Sculpture
9 x 14 inches (22.9 x 35.6 cm)
Terry Mollo: 'Guarded Heart', 2011 Stone Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:  Italian white translucent alabaster. Light passes through revealing veins and faults. A human shield- like form creates a white translucent armour. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
14 x 22 inches (35.6 x 55.9 cm)
Francesca Bianconi: 'Lips', 2010 Stone Sculpture, Abstract Figurative.
, 2010
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
60 x 30 cm (23.6 x 11.8 inches)
Francesca Bianconi: 'Passion', 2009 Stone Sculpture, Abstract.
, 2009
Abstract - Sculpture
90 x 250 cm (35.4 x 98.4 inches)
Francesca Bianconi: 'Seated figure', 2000 Stone Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
38 x 40 cm (15.0 x 15.7 inches)
Francesca Bianconi: 'Oyster', 2010 Stone Sculpture, Sea Life.
, 2010
Sea Life - Sculpture
58 x 7 cm (22.8 x 2.8 inches)
Christopher Stone: 'Gently melded', 2010 Stone Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:   Two pieces of stone, looking like they have been melded by a giants hand       ...
Abstract - Sculpture
110 x 58 cm (43.3 x 22.8 inches)
Robert Raikes: 'RAIN STONE', 2011 Stone Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:  Sculpted graniteCarved white pine         Carved multiple hardwoods and silver.                       ...
, 2011
Abstract - Sculpture
26 x 9 inches (66.0 x 22.9 cm)
Beatriz Cunha: 'Methabase', 2009 Stone Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description:  marble sculpture ...
, 2009
undecided - Sculpture
70 x 70 cm (27.6 x 27.6 inches)
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Lou Lalli: 'Paleovenus I', 2007 Stone Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description:     Persian travertine   ...
Figurative - Sculpture
5 x 15 inches (12.7 x 38.1 cm)
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Lou Lalli: 'Red Bull I', 2008 Stone Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description:      Persian travertine    ...
, 2008
Figurative - Sculpture
15 x 9 inches (38.1 x 22.9 cm)
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Lou Lalli: 'Red Bull II', 2008 Stone Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description:       Persian travertine     ...
Figurative - Sculpture
15 x 9 inches (38.1 x 22.9 cm)
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Lou Lalli: 'Feed Me III', 2009 Stone Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description:    Limestone      ...
Figurative - Sculpture
10 x 18 inches (25.4 x 45.7 cm)
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Mary Eiland: 'Hazel', 2011 Stone Sculpture, Nudes. Artist Description:  Hazel is a nude stone sculpture thought to be inappropriate for public display in Boca Raton, FL ...
, 2011
Nudes - Sculpture
8 x 24 inches (20.3 x 61.0 cm)
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Mary Eiland: 'Garlic 2', 2007 Stone Sculpture, Food. Artist Description:  Garlic 2 is a head of garlic made out of Italian translucent alabaster ...
, 2007
Food - Sculpture
13 x 11 inches (33.0 x 27.9 cm)
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Marty Scheinberg: 'On all other nights', 2010 Stone Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. Artist Description:  Reclining thoughtful figure ...
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
9.5 x 12 inches (24.1 x 30.5 cm)
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    Don Smalley - This man does not use the spoken language as a medium for communication. His world, his word, his art and his mind are expressed in the body of stones. Years ago he heard the Buddhist phrase "Only don't know!" These words, which in Buddhism might be called a turning phrase, point to the awakening of the non-conceptual mind. This state of mind seems to have opened within Don a state of truth and spontaneity- without formal teachings in Buddhism or any other spiritual discipline. He does not want the conceptual mind interfering with the creative process, or with the mysterious ground of direct understanding that informs his sculpture. Each moment, each work can thus be approached with an open and clear mind. Don does not want his work and his experience to be characterized by language, yet in direct conversation with that which is immediately before him. He enters into a dialogue with stone. Don quietly speaks of times of struggle, and grants that these times have given him determination and strength, turning him towards his own interior consciousness. His ease with solitude and his sense of self-sufficiency have fostered in him an atmosphere of stillness and ...

    Stefan Van Der Ende - My sculptures are Solutions for Non/existing Problems . Now is the time to collect them. They are rare and unique ,and there are not many of them , also due to the big amount of time it takes to make the biggerones in wood and stone . They are made dreaming/thinking and working intensively , whith the intention to be able communicate emotion through their abstract/associative visual appearence which relate to subconcious processes in the human mind .(specialy mine ofcourse ) There are often more pictures of one sculpture , because ,as you know you have to see sculptures from more sides , to get a good impression . Mijn sculpturen zijn oplossingen voor niet /bestaande problemen . het is nu de tijde om ze te gaan verzamelen Ze zijn zeldzaam en speciaal , en er zijn er niet zoveel te koop , ook als gevolg van het feit dat het een grote hoeveelheid tijd kost om ze te maken ( speciaal die in hout en steen ) Ze worden gemaakt in een intensief proces van denken dromen en werken . Met het doel uiteindelijk via hun abstract/associatieve visuele aanwezigheid emoties via abstracte vorm te communiceren via de interpreatie van de beschouwer .door het raken van onderbewuste oude lagen in ...

    Terry Mollo - ARTISTS STATEMENT Stone is my most important medium. The attributes of stone motivate me to seek and appreciate the beauty that has evolved with time and natures forces. Whether marble, travertine, alabaster, agate, onyx, each piece has its own story to tell. Its hues, striations, translucence, brilliance- and faults- have history and mystery to unlock. While carving I listen to the stone and carve only enough to find, and unleash, its organic lines and its aEURoevoice.aEUR Im inspired by the point at which natures organic form meets the inorganic. I concentrate on the force and tension created between the two, and search for the line that is formed by their union. In my sculpture, organic and inorganic form often conjure human emotion, human condition. Natures sea forms, shells and waves, suggest human form, depth, fluidity, texture, tone. Botanicals are sensuous with leaves and flowers that appear muscled and fleshy. Stems of flowers, such as orchids or lilies, stand tall, appear happy or courageous and proud, while other stems are viney or gnarled and appear desperate or defeated. All are similar to the ways in which the anatomy and musculature of the human body reflect its deepest feelings and emotion. Terry ...

    Martin Glick - As a realistic sculptor I have often been accused of running against the tide of the more modern and abstract movements, but if you take a good look at the work the design is abstract. The look of the work may be, at first glance academic or classical, but the composition is very much in today's idiom. There is a strong sense of movement. Even in the symmetrical sculptures you feel as if they are about to move, like a stop motion camera. They all invite invite you to walk around and see the other side. There is often a strong emotional element and or a narrative. In some sense I am a story teller. Even when viewing one of my portraits you see the subject. Their history and personality is in their face for you to see and to react to. I have been told that my sculptures have something that is unique. There is a twist to the norm, a twist of the form, an emotional element that is mine. It is my heart and my particular view of the world. No price quoted on a sculpture means that it is at a gallery. All i inquiries...

    Christopher Stone - ~Christopher Stone. I think it's important to stay true to your vision, when you are creating a piece of art or any other work. It's too easy to lose yourself and your identity if you only care about what others may think of you and your work. By sticking to your vision, you will feel more accomplished and proud of your work, even if it's harder to get recognition. It is important to remember why you decided to become an artist or create. If you do things just for monetary gratification sooner or later you will feel lost and lose the thrill of your creativity....

    Robert Raikes - We are all enigmas cast upon a sea of moments, our moments, beautiful shells washed upon a shore of light to be found by those leaving footprints on the sand of life. Beauty to be grasped between the waves....

    Beatriz Cunha - The creation of my pieces starts with the observation of the complex relations established between phenomena as diverse as nature's fertility, man made objects or art history. It's an intimate work in search of integrating conflicting forces, ultimately leading to the transmutation of the parts in to a transcending whole. The shape contains in it self the memory of the evolution from one condition to another in a process of transformation that is at the same time natural, personal and cultural. ...

    Lou Lalli - The shaping and use of stone is a vital part of the human endeavor. The fashioning of tools and implements by stone age peoples, the votive Venus figures of the Neolithic period, cycladic sculpture of the eighth millennium BC, classical sculpture of Greece and Egypt and all the sculpture to the present indicates that stone sculpture is intrinsic to human expression. Sculpting in stone directly links me to the people of the past. The subject and ideas I choose are derived from the past thus strengthening that link. The resolutions of the technical problems are the same that sculptors in the past confronted and solved. Although modern tools and implements facilitate my work I am still doing what all sculptors and stone carvers have done in the past; chipping, abrading and polishing the stone to release the form contained therein. My ideas and subjects are borrowed from antiquity with each piece telling a story. Antiquity provides a wealth of resources for my work; warriors, the myths, Venus figures, beasts, demigods and shaman/priests are the subjects I appropriate. In executing an idea, the importance of light and shadow, through the use of negative space is a primary concern in the ...

    Mary Eiland - Nature slays me. I am so amazed at how perfect and beautiful it is. My art has been influenced more by nature than anything else in the world. I was lucky enough to grow up "in the sticks" so that my everyday childhood was filled with fishing for crayfish in the creek and playing with tadpoles, frogs and salamanders out of the pond. I also trapped and raised raccoons and opossums. I collected weeds and stones because I loved the textures and colors. I began drawing from nature at a very young age and never lost interest. As an adult I began to be very interested in anything Chinese. Their appreciation and respect for nature in art drew me to study traditional Chinese brush paintings for many years. I had some exceptional brush teachers like Kwok Kay and Alice Choey and Michael and Sarina Poon. The work I do now combines both eastern and western techniques....