Under the Gargoyle
The sixteen-year-old original Internet Gargoyle site, dating back to
Gargoyles at Washington University
Shamey Metalcraft, Specializing In Fine Gold Custom Jewelry. I wear one of his gargoyles on my hat!
New York City gargoyles. Pictures of loads of my good friends, with directions to help you find them.
I maintain a very useful collection of Marble varieties with
images of the 200 various stones.
The Stone Carvers Guild is a group of independent working professional carvers throughout the United States.
Lynn Streeter's marble sculpting classes in Italy. http://www.marblesculptingitaly.com
Stone World Magazine, a trade journal of the U.S. stone industry.
Natural Stone. Tips, links, resources. They offer an excellent CD-Rom database of marble images and specs.
FindStone is a natural stone portal site full of stone related links. The stone album has 1700 images.
Gotmarble.com, a directory of natural stone products, vendors and sources.
InfoTile, the Internet Tile Center, links to loads of ceramic and marble tile suppliers.
Sculptor.org has links to sources of stone, tools, books and other information for sculptors
Learning Stone from Portland, England, has info on carving workshops, extensive stone and sculpture links, and an e-mail discussion list.
The Marble Institute of America has lots of info on marble, including stone maintenance and cleaning information.
The Indiana Limestone Institute provides history, information and links for the stone I use most often.
Rumford fireplaces, loads of information on building Rumford masonry fireplaces.
The Compleat Sculptor in NYC is a good source for basic carving tools. They also stock marble, and a full range of sculpture supplies.
Art and Architecture sites...
Letterheads is the site for
sign painters, pinstripers, gilders, and their ilk...
Enrique Vega's metal sculpture and architectural metalwork resource site.
Once you have one of my Fireplaces installed in your house, you'll need andirons and a screen from Rick Andrus Design to complete the room!
The Washington National Cathedral. I worked there for five years, carving gargoyles and ornaments.
Midwest Tool Collectors Association. Collectors and researchers of antique tools and trades.
Sam Alfano's engraving. Sam does wonderful engraving, mostly on knifes and guns, and spices up his site with his banjo music.
The Chicago Architecture
Foundation site will tell you about this city, home to so much
The Chicago History Museum
Chicago Graveyards, a a tour of the cemeteries of our fair city. I love visiting cemeteries, they are museums of stone carving.