Sculp2, Myles Schachter is a sculptor himself and can help you figure out the right tool for the job you need. http://www.2sculpt.com/stone-sculpting-tools/ (785) 838-3885, Stone Carving tools. Lawrence, Kansas. Catalog available.
A Sculptor’s Edge Email: Steve Barnes, another real nice guy that knows his tools and what they can and cannot do. 720-979-3090, Pneumatic tools such as the red ARO die grinders and other top of the line tools including Ingersoll-Rand. Steve carries many tools and accessories for stone carving. Located in Colorado.
BCS- Budget Casting Supply LLc©™ https://www.budgetcastingsupply.com Featuring foundry supplies.
Harbor Freight Tools USA, https://www.harborfreight.com/#
Northern Hydraulics, Inc : www.northerntool.com 612-894-8310, power tools, large angle grinders: Catalog available.
McMaster/Carr https://www.mcmaster.com Supplier of just about everything you can need for your studio. Phone: 630-600-3600
Micron Productss http://www.miconproducts.com/stone_carving.html Tools for craving GRANITE. Toll Free in North America:
1 866 683-1285, Vancover, Canada.
Alibaba Global Trade https://www.alibaba.com/showroom/granite-carving-tools.html Granite carving tools.
IGS International Gem Society https://www.gemsociety.org/article/cabochon-carving-tools-techniques/ International Gem Society, 145 Lincoln Road, PO Box 466, Lincoln, MA 01773
Market Support For Artists
Finding market support can be challenging to say the least. I found a great article written by Artist, Olafur Eliasson, very up-lifting and reminding us artists how relevant our work is in the scheme of things. I hope with this page I can establish a list of events and organizations that can help artists get their ideas out into the world of so many communities. Onward!!!
“I see the artist as a participant, a co-producer of reality.”
Artsy https://www.artsy.net/about Artsy’s mission is to expand the art market to support more artists and art in the world. They also represent Olafur Eliasson. I like their platform for collecting and discovering art. I have great respect for what they do and share many articles from Artsy Magazine on my blog/ArtNews. Please give them a read! And check out the fine artists they represent.