Hector Santos
 Stone Mason & Sculptor
Vermont, California, Washington,

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Here's another example of what can be done with old broken concrete.

This is constructed without mortar.

Joshua Tree, CA

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This is my newest installation. "Fitting In" (III) It's in the high desert of California, in the cool town of Joshua Tree. The sculpture is made of reclaimed concrete, wooden timbers, and copper.

This is a project I started at the end of August last year. It's a garage that will look like an English cottage when completed. The stone is from Chester, Vermont. Each stone has been cut, drilled, and split on site. In order to work through a Vermont winter I had to build a tent and install forced hot air heaters. 

Stone Cottage by Hector Santos
Stone Cottage by Hector Santos

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Stone Cottage by Hector Santos
Stone Cottage by Hector Santos

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Inside the Tent
Inside the Tent

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Stone Cottage by Hector Santos

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"The Beginning" It's poured concrete and reclaimed slate roofing shingles. 

"Fitting In" A concrete sculpture with reclaimed slate roof shingles.

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South Woodstock Stone Wall Renovation 

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"Fitting In" Stone Sculpture Woodstock, VT

This is what I do when I need instant gratification. 

They are fun and easy to make!

I've been making stone arches for thirty years.

Hector Santos reclaimed concrete sculpture

"Urban Pyramid" Reclaimed Concrete and Stone Freeland, WA

"Urban Pyramid" Reclaimed Concrete and Stone Freeland, WA

"Water and poor craftsmanship are the leading cause of death to stone walls in the United States ."

—Hector Santos