You would find it hard to believe that the stone garden spheres that can be seen below were created without using any concrete or glue. They were made by carefully stacking stones one over the other and the weight below was used to ensure that there is stability in the placement.
Devin Devine, an artist and stone mason from Effort, Pennsylvania, created these dry stone garden spheres and it is available for private commissions anywhere in the country.
Devine opined on his website that the greatest risk of collapse is at the mid-point and this is when it was most challenging to get the flow of stacked stones correct. It was a very calculated and thoughtful decision to get the correct shape. There are also flagstone patios and walkways that were designed by Devine apart from the dry stone sculptures. You can follow him on DevineEscapes.com
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