Added 1 February 2004
There is something about fountains. Primal, soothing, beautiful. They can also be somewhat difficult to construct well, as I found out when I set out to make the first one for my in-laws. But I found it to be a rewarding job. I don't have any made for sale right now, but below is a sample of what I've done. The base of the fountain pictured here is a handmade wooden bowl from Afghanistan and has a lot of character. The stones in the base are all natural stones, some purchased (the polished stones) and some collected by my wife and I on our various rockhounding trips. The pillars are made from cholla "wood". The upper and middle basin are made from fossilized coral from Florida. I have two more pieces of fossilized coral like those two to make another fountain out of.
Thanks for looking!
Poet - Armourer - Tanner - Tailor - Storyteller - Glyph Artist - Fountain Maker
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