“ When we order something from you, we always know what we’re going to get. Your sculpture looks like it is supposed to- like the Old Work does. No surprises. What you do is the real thing.” John Campbell, owner- Dixie Granite Elberton, Georgia
Few things serve to inspire across generations as well as the finest sculpture does. Whether it is a work of fine art, private memorial or monumental public feature installation, the hands of a gifted artist transform these all into much more than static pieces of stone and bronze. Inanimate media virtually comes to life by ways and methods many believe to be lost art in the modern world. The results are breathtaking and truly hard to believe.
“Those closest to me know that since I was a child, carving and sculpture have been my unending personal pursuit. My great grandfather’s endless wooden chain and chip carved cigar box, along with my grandfather’s “there’s no reason you can’t do that” attitutde, inspired me to put my knife to use. ♦ Decades into my professional career, the intimacy I continue to find in the methods and media grows with every project and every patron that chooses me. Their desire and my livelihood are hidden together in the stone, simply waiting. As I create, I reveal what is already there. It’s inadequate to describe this work any other way.” AC Button II, sculptor
What best represents a lifetime of achievement? Commission original work to fulfill your desire or simply meet your budget- every time with no surprises- from a full-time professional sculptor. Many options are available. Choose quality sculpture, 100% Made in the USA by Sculptor AC Button II at Carolina Sculpture Studio.
“ “He’s one of the top stone instructors in the US. Whenever I’ve interviewed him, he has said Shell Rock Pitch is a truly lost art because no one knows how to do it properly anymore. I can’t wait to tell him about your work and show him what you can do. He’ll be very excited.” response from Ann Janiak, during interviews for American Monument Association’s Stone In America Jan 2007 cover feature article