This pediment window piece completes the front facade of this beautiful home. One of the best collaborations between Matthew and myself during his nine years of employment with Old World before going solo. Tabs were carved out so that they stuck out of the back, and this allowed the pieces to be installed after […]
These were one of my first solo projects. I went on to do many more for this family. In fact, twenty years after I made these, the son, a recent college graduate, worked with me for a while, before moving to New York. Hand carved limestone details add immensely to the character of a traditional […]
This pediment window is just over 11′ long. This is a very large home, and this is the attic over the second floor. I love that this client had the vision to let us get creative with the details. Collaborations are the heart and soul of good residential architecture.
Among the very first New Albany homes, this crest was in memory of the client’s mother. This is another view of the crest. Again, an early example of how my stone carvings were used.
Your left hand horse. Attached to the son’s wall. Attached to the other son’s wall. That was the nineties. I wonder how they are doing? Who lives there now?
I’ve always enjoyed the challenge of a scrolled corbel. These came out well. There is something about a large stone clearly fully supported over your head that makes one feel the door entered is a special one.
This crest greets the homeowners to the left of his/her door every day as they come home. They have enjoyed the process of seeing it age. I am proud to have been part of this predominate surgeon’s day every time he came home.