Scottish master craftsman gathers examples of dry stone features round the world to spread the word about the delights of this ancient craft.
Thankyou for your note - and yes, of course you can post images of the heads. Actually, I'm shamed, I do not know a great deal about the heads except that they are built into the wall at The Grange in Lastingham. I will ask the owners if they can shed more light. They must have been brought in from somewhere else, perhaps one of the old monastaries locally - but let me find out and let you know. Would be delighted for you to feature some of my work too - thankyou very much! I'm so pleased to see your blog - I have just been looking at dry stone walls, as I am posting a blog about Sculpture and Dry Stone Walls as I would like to include some walling in the garden I am making at my sheds. I'm going to love exploring your blog.
Thanks Jennifer that is great .
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