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Stone Wall Created by My Eathworks

The work of Lew French takes viewers and property owners to new levels of creative ideas.  His stone work has become famous throughout the world.  For interesting local Stowe, VT stone work check out these local stone workers and landscape artists.

Looking for landscaping ideas that are state of the art and work within the naturally surrounding  environment contact Ian Ambler, a long time family friend.  You can reach Ian at Ambler Design.

For local stone workers who are bringing stone work to the next level check out Thea Alvin who owns My Earth Work.  Thea is bending stone as if it were water.

Also contact Matthew Karlin of Matthew Karlin Masonry who laid the majority of the stone work at the new Stowe Mountain Resort.  Matt can be reached at 802-363-5019, tell him fellow Brew Crew ski bum member McKee sent you his way.

Read more about Lew French's designs by clicking below.

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