Pretty incredible, right? It's even more incredible when you drive past on a whim looking for a large log, and get invited in for a nosey around ultra groovy private woods. The work of this dude is something else - and it's within spitting distance from where we live, tucked away in one of the valleys, like you'd never know it was there. I LOVE stuff like that :)
He's recently used the space for a couple of wedding receptions which I think is a FAB idea and would, of course be even more fab if we could perform some fire entertainment there. The flames flickering over the sculptures would look amazing. It's one of those places that makes me feel quite quivery... Actually - there's a thing, that little patch of woodland reminds me of Tarren Deusant and next time I see Stoneface I will let him know to visit there sometime.
This mini docu describes it better than I can:
He's one of those people you meet and get an instantly good vibe off. And we walked away with two lovely pieces of beech as our new practice target, with the promise of more to come when he takes down more dead tree. Thoroughly bloody excellent!
Website here: http://www.stonefacesculpture.com/