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Contemporary Stone Sculpture

Stone sculpture creates a unique and powerful statement in a landscape setting.

You can purchase a stone sculpture shown here, or commission a sculpture to fit your particular needs.   Mark will work with you to make sure you have the perfect work of art to enhance your home or office.

Stone sculptures for sale.

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Onyx Stainless Steel sculpture Mobius Variation 7, Connamara marble Alabaster sculpture
Onyx Figure  ©

Onyx, Stainless Steel



Mobius Variation No. 7 ©

Connamara Marble Aluminum




Envelop ©

Alabaster, Aluminum

16"x9"x6 1/2"


An abstract image of a figure emerges from this beautifully colored onyx stone.  This sculpture would be a wonderful addition to any landscape.

This beautiful stone comes from the town of Connamara, Ireland.

It is the latest in the series of Mobius Variations.


Dancer, marble sculpture for sale Broken Symmery, marble sculpture Peace Crane Mandala, stone and stainless steel sculpture
Dancer ©

Champlain Black Marble



Broken Symmetry ©

Vermont Marble



Peace Crane Mandala ©

Onyx, Stainless steel, Dichroic glass



I began this sculpture in W. Rutland VT at The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center while studying with internationally renowned sculptor Carlos Dorien.  The separate pieces of carved stone are notched and made to look as if they were balancing upon each other.

A rectangular piece of marble was split into four pieces using slips and wedges.   I then carved it to appear as though the parts had shifted, creating an optical illusion.   The drill holes give it away as not having shifted at all.

The origami crane has become a symbol for peace.

The stainless steel mandala stands above a beautifully colored and patterned piece of New Mexico onyx stone.

A cast dichroic glass crane image is inset into the stone.

Limestone Figure Limestone Figure detail Untitled, Limestone and Stainless Steel sculpture
Limestone Figure ©


36 1/2"x11"x11"


Limestone Figure ©

Detail view

Waterfall; ©

Limestone, Stainless Steel

64 1/2"x27x12"


I was invited to the Limestone Sculpture Symposium in Bloomington IN as a master carver to teach figure carving.

I started this figure carving at the symposium and finished it up in my studio later.

An abstract sculptural landscape.  A waterfall streaming down to a pool of water.

Wind, limestone figurative sculpture The Dream, Indiana limestone sculpture The Dream detail, stone carving
Wind ©




The Dream ©

Limestone, Powder Coated Steel



The Dream ©

(Detail view)

Sometimes the only way to see is through touch.

I had the image of a floating figure, as if in a dream.

The sculpture is figurative, but also abstract.

Odyssey, Marble and stainless steel sculpture Marble stone carving detail Wrap 3, Contemporary marble sculpture
Odyssey ©

Colorado Marble, Stainless Steel



Odyssey ©

(Back view detail)

Wrap No. 3 ©

Vermont Marble



When I got the stone it had been cut in the shape of a  triangle.  The odd shape was a challenge.

An unusual shape forces new and different thoughts.

After many drawings, a maquette was made and sculpting began.

Watch the YouTube video of it's creation...

This is the third in a series of images that are wrapped or bound.  The form being wrapped can loosely be seen as a figure.

Desert Bloom, onyx sculpture Philosophers Stone, marble stone sculpture Energy Vortex, free form limestone sculpture
Desert Bloom ©

Aztec Onyx



Philosopher's Stone ©




Energy Vortex; ©




I am always amazed at how stone is formed in the earth.  The crystalline shapes in this piece bloom like flowers.

Scholars in China would search the river banks for unusual stones that they used as objects of contemplation.  I decided to make my own.

Energy Vortex is carved from Indiana buff limestone.  I started carving it at the 2007 Limestone Sculpture Symposium in Bloomington IN.

Raspberry Alabaster Mobius sculpture Grey Alabaster sculpture Knot, Travertine sculpture
Mobius Variation No. 8  ©

Raspberry Alabaster, Aluminum

19 1/2"x8"x7"


Enfolding  ©

Alabaster,  Aluminum

16 1/2"x12 1/2"x8"


Knot ©

Travertine, Steel

24"x11 1/2"x8"




This is the latest in the series of the progression of the Mobius strip variations.

The curved forms of this composition in alabaster stone wrap around and create a sense of holding or enfolding what is within.


Shell stone and Diachroic glass Musician 1, Abstract limestone sculpture Musician 2, limestone and steel sculpture
Evolution No. 3 ©

Shell Stone, Dichroic Glass


Musician ©

Limestone, Gold Leaf

22 1/2"x8"x4 1/2"


Musician No.2 ©

Limestone, Steel

22 1/2"x8"x4 1/2"


This stone is filled with sea shell fossils.

The dichroic glass adds radiant colors.

Starting out as just abstract compositions, they finally emerged resembling musical instruments.

Limestone is combined with oxyacetylene cut strips of steel.

Alabaster Composition 1 Alabaster Composition 2 Composition in Green, Alabaster carving
Free Form Composition ©

Alabaster, Aluminum



Composition in Red and Green ©

Alabaster, Aluminum



Composition in Green ©


19 1/2"x7"x6"


How to Purchase a Sculpture

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How to Commission a Sculpture

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480-575-6670 or

More Stone Sculptures - A Retrospective

How to carve stone

Stone Carving Tutorial

A brief description about how to carve stone sculptures.  Types of stone to use, what stone carving tools are needed, and techniques for carving stone are illustrated.

View the video on how to carve a marble sculpture

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