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    The Art of the Dry Stone Wall

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      Dry (without mortar) stone work in the hands of a skilled waller is an art form. An art form that will last multiple lifetimes and serves multiple functions. Using but one tool; the hammer, and much patience and strength, a skilled waller can lay yards of fence per day. Most modern wallers do not like to shape stones but instead prefer to locate the perfect nature shaped stone. As their eyes have developed an acute sense of space, an experienced waller most times will only pick up a stone once, before positioning it.


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      Stone wall with picket gate in Chilmark, Martha's Vineyard by
      Jeffrey Bale. jeffreygardens.com


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      Stone wall by Matt Sevigny.
      oldworldstoneandgarden.com


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      Contempory stone wall in West Tisbury, Martha's Vineyard
      by Jeffrey Bale. jeffreygardens.com


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      Dry stone wall, Ireland. Local residents are encouraged to erect and maintain stone walls. There are hundreds of thousands of miles of dry stone walls in Great Britain and Ireland, some date back to 3,500 BC. © Paul McIlroy. geograph.ie


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      Dry stone wall in Ireland. Due to centuries of farming and lifting rocks from the soil just about every boundary in Ireland has a stone wall. stoneartblog.blogspot.com


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      Stone wall, Kellyburn Park, Dollar, UK. This type of vertical capstone is typical in Ireland. By stoneinspired.com


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      Dry stone wall surrounds a replica of a traditional blackhouse built by the DSWAC in Ontario, Canada. If you build a wide, double stone wall, you can fill the top with a little bit of soil for shallow rooted plants. If you let roots go deep into a wall, those roots will destroy the wall. thinking-stoneman.blogspot.com


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      Stone wall in California by Jeffrey Bale. jeffreygardens.com


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      Stone wall, 80 feet long x 4 feet high, British Columbia, Canada.
      ancientartofstone.com


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      Must be nice and warm here on a sunny afternoon. Canada.
      ancientartofstone.com


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      Stone patio by Lew French.
      Lew was born in a small farming town in Minnesota. He started to work with stone when he was nineteen years old. He moved to Martha's Vineyard over twenty years ago and has worked on his own stone designs exclusively since. lewfrenchstone.com


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      Close up of one of Lew's walls. "Grout lines do not exist—his compositions do not rely on mortar, which is only used for safety."


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      Stone wall by Lew French.
      lewfrenchstone.com


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      By Lew French. lewfrenchstone.com


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      Detail of a rock wall shower surround.
      By Lew French. lewfrenchstone.com


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      Rock and shingle wall. Door opens to a garden. Lew French has a new book forthcoming. His first book, Stone by Design can be purchased on Amazon. lewfrenchstone.com


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      Slate wall by Andy Goldsworthy.
      goldsworthy.cc.gla.ac.uk


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      Slate and rock wall by Andy Goldsworthy.
      goldsworthy.cc.gla.ac.uk


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      Wall by Andy Goldsworthy in Bedford, NY. A vertically laid wall holds up an enormous boulder. goldsworthy.cc.gla.ac.uk


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      Stone River, 2001 by Andy Goldsworthy.
      Stanford University, California.
      museum.stanford.edu


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      Storm King Wall in Mountainville, New York built in 1997. A 2,278 foot snaking wall plunges into a pond but reemerges on the other side.
      By Andy Goldsworthy. goldsworthy.cc.gla.ac.uk


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      Dry stone retaining wall in a park in Garachico town centre,
      Canary Islands. flickr.com


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      Dry stone wallflower.
      media.growsonyou.com


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      Wave Wall in Aptos California by Michael Eckerman. There must be some mortar behind there. eckermanstudios.com


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      River rock wall. Santa Cruz Mountains. By Michael Eckerman. eckermanstudios.com


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      Dry stone wall with tree built by Eric Landman in memeory of his wife Kerry. Kerry Landman Memorial, Island Lake Conservation Area, Mono, Ontario. The main wall is Limestone with local rounded granite fieldstones that were found on site to represent the leaves. A lot of them had green moss on them that added to the effect of the stones looking like foliage. stoneartblog.blogspot.com



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      Wall in Cèvennes, France by Roland Mousquès, one of the founders of the Association Artisans Bâtisseurs en Pierre Sèche, France’s drywall association. Workshops: facebook.com & pierreseche.fr


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      The Inca were masterful stone wallers. The fittings are so tight that a knife cannot penetrate the cracks between the stones. wikipedia.com


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      Dry stone wall with moongate.
      Built by Carl Wright in his Garden at Caher Bridge, Co Clare. For more moongates see: inspirationgreen.com/moon-gates


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      Incorporate a fireplace into your stone wall. Canadian waller Stephen Niven won a prize in 2009 with this dry stone fireplace. wallswithoutmortar.blogspot.com


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      Stone raised bed.
      marthastewart.com


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      Dry stone wall with integrated pot.
      Water draining off a slope can seep through the rocks, instead of causing pressure on a cemented wall. westphoria.sunset.com


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      Incorporate a face, by Jerry Boyle.
      boylesculptures.com


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      Dry stone wall in dandelion design by George Weaver. wallswithoutmortar.blogspot.com



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      For added stability dry stone walls are built wider at the bottom and taper toward the top.

      Source: inspirationgreen.com

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