Standing Stones

Standing Stones demonstrate the need of our ancient forbearers to mark the landscape with something other than utility. The more we engage with the industrially produced, the computer designed, the more we isolate ourselves from nature, generating a hunger for objects rooted back into the natural world. Standing stones uniquely respond to this hunger. As we move our hands over the surface and explore with touch and eye 240 million years of their making written onto their surface, they become not just a geology lesson in passing time but an expression of time standing still, a magical moment given by the very presence of a Standing Stone.