Dry Stone Walling: The art of Dan Snow


The urge to individuation gathers together what is scattered.

Carl Jung

Collected Works 11


All loose stone was at one time part of the living earth.

In walling, I bring stone back together, even if artificially and only temporarily, and reunite it with the earth.

Walling puts back what has come apart.

Dan Snow

In the Company of Stone


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