What makes cast stone special?
Let me just start with: I love this stuff. The weight and solidity, the coolness, the way it takes textures so beautifully. Artistically speaking, cast stone is my favorite. Ever.
Every sculpture is handmade with joy (and some dust, and probably some sneezing).
I'm happiest when my hands are working, fidgeting endlessly with clay between my fingers until inspiration strikes. I revel in touching materials to sense the texture and coolness. So I make sure that the satin surface and dense weight of my finished sculpture rewards touch as well as sight.
This satisfies my inner child, who complains that too much art comes with “Don’t Touch!” warnings.