With A Hammer And Chisel I create by Stuart  Fellowes

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Carved Celtic Cross at Kilmory Chapel, Knapdale, Scotland


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I am a professional Sculptor, modelmaker, landscape photographer and digital artist. I run a business called Longline Studio where we hand-manufacture ornamental models and artwork depicting Scotlands architectural, transport, Celtic and Pictish subjects.

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  • Theodore Kemp
    Theodore Kempabout 4 years ago

    this could be anything…but it is amazing what what a man can create with a tool !

  • Thank you. It’s also amazing that one mans work and craftsmanship can still be seen many hundreds of years after he died.

    – Stuart Fellowes

  • tmtphotography
    tmtphotographyover 3 years ago

    Congrats on your feature!!

  • Thank you for this feature spot, it’s much appreciated.

    – Stuart Fellowes

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELover 3 years ago

    CONGRATULATIONS on your wonderful feature, great work and well earned.

  • Thank you but the real credit must go to the Celtic craftsman who carved this stone many centuries past

    – Stuart Fellowes

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