Implementation process of a stone carving project:


Initial Thought/idea

We’ll start by discussing your vision for the carving project. What do you want it to represent? What message to convey?


Mock-up Design In Scale Size

A scaled drawing (1:4) of your
carving project will be created to confirm the design and composition.


Artistic Development

Once the scale drawing is approved, I will start working on the full-size layout of your project, bringing your vision to life.


Delivery Of The Carved Piece

Once the stone carving is complete, I will deliver it to you. You will be able to enjoy it for years to come.

Lettering & Calligraphy

While hand lettering and calligraphy share a connection to letters, their divergence lies in execution. Hand lettering draws and illustrates, whereas calligraphy elevates the art of exquisite writing, emphasizing the beauty of each stroke through the use of a variety of instruments.

Memorials & Monuments

Memorials, whether honoring folks or events, show what society values. They’re like stories or tools for remembering history, shaping who we are. A monument? It’s a special sculpture or group of them, mixed with architectural elements, made to honor someone or something important.

Relief Carvings

Relief, (from Italian “relievare”, “to raise”), in sculpture, is any work in which the figures project from a supporting background, usually a plane surface. Reliefs are classified according to the height of the figures’ projection or detachment from the background as in low relief or bas-relief (basso-relievo). —Excerpt from

Fine Arts Collaboration

Collaboration is the act of working together with individuals from the same or different artistic disciplines. Able to combine their unique strengths, skills, and perspectives to create something truly remarkable and meaningful. Cross-disciplinary projects allow artists to explore new realms beyond their expertise, leading to artistic growth and evolution.