THE STONE CIRCLE GALLERY

Here is a selection of stone circles – all of them created by me.  Click on an image if you’d like to know more about it.

Obviously, none of the sculptures shown here are for sale, but I happily undertake commissions to create stone circles small and large.

Stone as part of a Stone Circle

Three stones from the Circle.

Each has its own personality.

Stone as part of a Stone Circle
The Sussex Stones with wildflowers in the centre of the circle
The Sussex Stones with wildflowers in the centre of the circle

The stones here echo a lowering sky.  Each weighs between 3 and 4 tonnes.

Photography by Martin Walls.

Stone Circle looking North
Standing Stones standing proud of a sea of buttercups and daisies

The site had all the topsoil removed in preparation for the arrival of the stones.  Fresh topsoil was imported and then wildflower turf supplied, laid and installed by the same company who designed and placed the wildflower gardens at the Olympic Park in London for 2012.

The Sussex Stones with a backdrop of trees

STANDING STONES

Massive expanses of granite

Hewn from the depths of our planet

Titanic stones; all shapes, all tones

Tumuli Tombs Bronze age bones

The magical moon Callanish and Scone

Worship, King making, Prayers at noon

A henge of Welsh blue worship the sun

Druids from dawn ‘til their dusk is won

Mystery world, prehistoric stone row

Energies within just grow and grow

Experience silence contemplate stars

The planets Jupiter, Venus and Mars

Astrological professors explain the alliance

Ancient temples offer compliance

Megaliths aligned for Bronze Age religion

The rising point of Capella in perfect position

Petrified giants stand fast over centuries

Still homo sapiens records scientific entries

Stone Circle in a black & white photo
Stone Circle in a black & white photo
Stone Circle in a black & white photo
Moon rising over the Stone Circle
Moon rising over the Stone Circle

I would be happy to undertake a commission to build your own stone circle if you would like me to.

Please do not hesitate to get in touch.  Click on ‘About’ for contact details.

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