Located in Sullivan, Maine, we are dedicated to bringing Maine’s natural beauty into your home and garden. We offer an array of sculpture, landscape & craftwork, created sustainably by up-cycling stone from our historic granite quarry and surrounding bioregion.
We invite you to come visit the Granite Garden Gallery, a place for you to enjoy a truly unique atmosphere, adorned with Maine carved granite artwork made from the abundance of raw material available here. Our intention is to support a public sculpture garden, quarry museum and education center focusing on local history, geology, arts and sustainability.
The glass tableware is made from two pieces of window glass, fused together at 1500 in a kiln, fired on terra cotta or bisque molds for several hours, then cooled overnight. Ground enamels are used for colors and crochet doilies or stencils for the designs. Various effects such as bubbling and crazing may occur on certain pieces and are a natural part of this process. Dishwasher safe, not microwavable, avoid sudden temperature changes and hot hot foods.
Check online for the map of sculpture locations. This map is a self-guided tour of the thirty-four stone sculptures created during the 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2014 Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium. The sculptures were then installed at public sits in communities throughout eastern Maine. Detailed locator maps and more information are available at schoodicsculpture.org.
Watering Cove Studios is a collaboration of US Bells, Fisher Woodworking and Liza Fisher Pottery in the village of Prospect Harbor. The bell foundry, established by Richard and Cindy Fisher 45 years ago, continues to produce original designs of bronze wind and door bells using the traditional process of sand casting.
Son and daughter-in-law, Tim and Liza, have brought a new life to the studio with their own work of fine furniture and wood fired pottery.
With a mutual sense of craftsmanship, we support each other's endeavors and share ideas to design, function, and durability.