Commissioned piece for client’s beach house.
This was one of two identical carvings commissioned by a client who wanted a special centerpiece carving for the floors of her horse barns.
Material: Cordova Cream Texas Limestone. Year: 2012.
This was a design that I came up with for a private residence to make a more interesting waterfall transition from a circulating upper pool area to a smaller lower pool.
This was a commissioned piece for a private residence.
Designed and carved by Stuart Simpson and sold to a client on consignment though “Austin Galleries”.
This was one of my first carvings that I ever made. I sculpted it while taking a class through The Laguna Gloria Museum of Art in Austin, Texas.
This is a sculpture I carved of my own design.
This was a sculpture of my own design later purchased by a client in Austin. It is important to note that as a rule, Alabaster is a beautiful and durable stone but it is important that it is kept indoors.
This was a commissioned project where the client had a large water wall built and wanted to flank both sides with something other than natural stone boulders.