Stone Carving Courses

Stone Carving at the Dales Countryside Museum

  On Sunday I spent a very enjoyable day running a stone carving drop-in workshop for visitors to the Dales Countryside Museum in Hawes. Lots of families came, with everyone making a carving to take home.  The little outdoor theatre at the museum makes a lovely venue for stone carving – it is a sort […]

Stone Carving at Rural Arts

  Rural Arts are based in Thirsk in the town’s former Courthouse and Magistrate’s House which was renovated, making a bright creative centre for the area. As well as the activties hosted at The Courthouse, it is also used as a base for a range of workshops and events which are taken out into the […]

Stone Carving Course

  It is a lovely time, when I’ve set up all the work benches (a sculptors work bench is called a ‘banker’), and put out all the tools ready for my group of stone carvers to arrive.  I’m excited to know what everyone will carve, what ideas they have and  I love to hear them […]

Stone Carving Course – Autumn

  If you fancy trying your hand at a little stone-carving, the place to go this Autumn is Lastingham, in North Yorkshire.  It is a beautiful, and inspiring, location on the southern edge of the North York Moors National Park.  There are plenty places to stay in the village, or nearby if you wanted to […]

Stone Carving Workshop – Hawes

  On Sunday I went over to the Dales Countryside Museum in Hawes to run a Stone Carving Workshop.  It is a lovely venue, the site used to be the railway station for the small town of Hawes and the museum holds a fascinating collection telling the story of the Dales people and landscape.  The […]

Stone Carving Courses 2014

  My first Stone Carving Course for next year is already fully booked, and as I’m receiving more enquiries, I’ve added further dates for Spring 2014.  Thankyou everyone for your enthusiasm! So, if you’ve always wanted to try your hand and put chisel to stone, there are places available on my next two day stone […]