Fine Art Division
Quarra Stone’s Fine Art Division is dedicated to collaborating with artists and bringing their visions to life in stone. Many of the designs we encounter have never been executed in stone before, presenting unique challenges and requiring significant time to develop successful and accepted prototypes. Our collaboration with artists often begins well in advance of the final design stage. By engaging in simultaneous development of the concept and the fabrication process, we are able to progress alongside the artists, ensuring that the art product evolves in parallel with their creative vision. This approach allows us to meet the project’s finite timeline without unnecessary stress or compromising the quality of the artwork.
At Quarra, we pride ourselves on our capacity to handle projects of any scale. We have invested in machines and handling equipment with large work envelopes, enabling us to take on some of the largest and most ambitious artistic endeavors in the world. Whether the project is grand in scope or more modest in scale, we are committed to delivering exceptional results for each client, tailoring our services to meet their specific needs and requirements.
Over the years, Quarra Stone has had the privilege of collaborating with renowned artists who have trusted us with their creative visions. Some of the notable artists we have worked with include Martin Puryear, Ann Hamilton, Matthew Day Jackson, and Sanford Biggers. These partnerships have enriched our expertise and allowed us to contribute to the realization of extraordinary artistic achievements.
In Quarra’s Fine Art Fabrication Division, we bring together technical mastery, artistic sensitivity, and a commitment to excellence. Our skilled team combines traditional craftsmanship with cutting-edge technology to transform stone into breathtaking works of art. Whether it’s an intricate sculpture, a monumental installation, or a delicate architectural feature, we are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what is possible in stone fabrication, supporting artists in their creative journeys, and bringing their imaginative ideas to life for all to admire and appreciate.
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Charles Ray's Two Horses, a monumental granite relief, intertwines art history and the passage of time. Crafted meticulously, the sculpture incorporates the geological qualities of granite, symbolizing time's course through matter. Combining cutting-edge technology with ancient materials, Ray conveys mortality and human intervention. References to equestrian monuments and historical artworks add depth, enriching the composition.