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1. Melanie Wilks

Melanie Wilksleeds UK About Blog Melanie Wilks, based in Dewsbury West Yorkshire is a sculptor and artist who specialises in stone carving. Read the blog to find articles on carving of stone.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
Since Nov 2013
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Facebook fans 284. Twitter followers 198.

2. Jennifer Tetlow

Jennifer TetlowNorth Yorkshire, England About Blog I began carving stone after a chance encounter with masons dressing wall-stones, and was taken by the sound and rhythm of hammer on chisel, and the neat-handed skills of the quarry men at work. On the strength of this meeting I purchased my first stone working tools and my love affair with stone began. A love of wildlife and the natural world is at the core of my work, enthusing and driving a desire to capture a creature essence in simple shape and form.
Frequency about 4 posts per month.
Since May 2013
Facebook fans 1,540. Twitter followers 1,443.

3. Simon Burns-Cox

Simon Burns-CoxEdinburgh, Scotland About Blog Simon Burns-Cox is a Sculptor and Letter Carver based at The Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop. He works mainly in Stone and Marble and creates Interior and Exterior Garden Sculptures, Gravestones, Memorials and Headstones. He also offers all types of Stone Letter Carving for Home and Business.
Frequency about 2 posts per month.
Since Mar 2016
Facebook fans 367. Twitter followers 248.

4. Teucer Wilson's blog | A stone carving & letter-cutting blog

Teucer Wilson's blog | A stone carving & letter-cutting blogUK About Blog Teucer Wilson is one of the country's leading lettercutters and stone carvers. Read the blog to find interesting articles.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
Since Jan 2011
Facebook fans 327. Twitter followers 141.

5. Cat's Eye Carving

Cat's Eye CarvingGloucestershire About Blog Stone Carving and Letter Cutting blog by Caroline Horwood. Have a look at my Beautiful and unique stone carvings
Frequency about 2 posts per month.
Since May 2008
Facebook fans 825. Twitter followers 750.

6. Graeme Mitcheson Stone Sculptor

Graeme Mitcheson Stone SculptorEngland About Blog Graeme Mitcheson has been creating stone sculpture since graduating from Loughborough College of Art in 1995. Images of Graeme's work can be found in the gallery while details of Graeme's current projects as well as upcoming dates for stone carving courses and exhibitions can be found on his blog.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
Since Feb 2010
Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers 291.

7. Ministry Of Stone | Blog

Ministry Of Stone | BlogLincoln, England About Blog Stone carving courses, stonemasonry courses and letter cutting courses taught by professionally qualified Stone Mason, Eilidh Fridlington, a former Lincoln Cathedral Stonemason with 26 years of experience in architectural stonework and carving.
Frequency about 2 posts per week.
Facebook fans 101. Twitter followers 29.

8. Geraint Davies Stonemasonry

Geraint Davies StonemasonryAbout Blog Geraint Davies Stonemasonry was set up by Geraint in 2014. Geraint is and always will be a hands on stonemason and personally carves most of the stone in the projects the company takes on. Geraint has worked as a cathedral stonemason in workshops in Somerset and London and continues to work using traditional methods to produce unique carvings, new build and restoration for houses and churches
Frequency about 3 posts per month.
Since Jun 2015
Facebook fans 317. Twitter followers n/a.

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