The best way to learn fine art stone carving is unquestionably through an apprentice style atelier system.  Students can be taught how to break rocks in a very short period of time.  To become proficient with tools and techniques takes quite a bit longer.  To become virtuous at rendering form takes even longer.  To make great art . . . well that’s something we’re all working toward.  I think that last part requires a profound ability to see, and I don’t think there is any way toward that goal other than putting in the 10,000 hours of looking, carving, and being surrounded by great art.

College students and adults looking to learn how to carve stone are encouraged to send an email to info@abrahammohler.com to discuss a plan tailored to the individual’s schedule.

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