Masterpieces in Stone


Material Selection:

Stone artists choose their materials from a variety of stones, each with its own texture, colour, and hardness. Stone art is created in marble, granite, limestone, sandstone, and soapstone.


Techniques, Cultural Significance:

Stone artists use different techniques like carving, chiselling, and polishing to shape and refine their creations.



Stone art is commonly found outdoors, where it can withstand the weather and connect with nature. With symbolic meanings, representing strength, permanence, and timelessness.

The World of Stone Art:

Stone art continues to evolve and adapt, blending tradition with innovation and offering a lasting testament to the enduring allure of working with one of Earth’s most ancient and durable materials.

Whether displayed in museums, galleries, gardens, or urban spaces, stone art captivates and inspires viewers with its timeless beauty and artistic excellence.

This ancient art form has been practised for millennia, with stone artworks found in diverse cultures around the world.

Transforming Stone into Moving Masterpieces.

Beyond their aesthetic appeal, these creations frequently hold a deeper significance, intertwining symbolism and metaphor with the raw strength and timelessness inherent in the medium.

Temple Stone Architecture & Idols KJASons®

Temple Stone Architecture and Idol Craftsmanship

Temple Stone Architecture and Idol Craftsmanship, The architectural grandeur of Hindu temples in India is rooted in the ancient texts of Shilpa Shastras and Vastu Sastras. The art of stone architecture brings to life the visions of sculptors, allowing them to create remarkable Traditional Sculptures, Relief Sculptures, and Architectural Sculptures based on custom designs. The … Read more
Black Granite Sculpture

Black Granite Sculpture

Black granite sculptures and granite fountains find their place in various settings, whether it’s a patio, deck, entryway, or indoor space. These exquisite, handcrafted masterpieces are often set atop bronze, granite, or copper reservoirs that house concealed pumps, ensuring a continuous flow of water over or around the granite sculpture. Our selection of natural stone … Read more
Paving & Cobble Stone works

Paving & Cobble Stoneworks

The term “paver” encompasses a broad category of tiles, stones, or manufactured materials, typically employed as exterior ground coverings. These materials can be made from natural stone. Cobblestone, on the other hand, is a natural building material characterized by its use in constructing roads, streets, and buildings. Paving Stone and Cobblestone: A Comprehensive Guide Much … Read more
Natural Stone Pergolas For Gardens and Parks

Natural Stone Pergolas For Gardens and Parks

Natural Stone Pergolas For Gardens and Parks, The term “pergola” finds its roots in Late Latin, specifically the word “pergula,” which originally referred to a projecting eave. This architectural feature, akin to a gazebo, often serves as an extension of a building or offers shelter to an open terrace, acting as a connecting element between … Read more
Natural Stone Tulsi Thara

Natural Stone Tulsi Thara

Natural Stone Tulsi Thara “For a person who plants, protect, water and sees or touches her Tulsi burns the sins committed by body, mind and Word”. No South Indian Hindu home is complete without Tulsi ( Holy Basil Plant). And so is Tulsi thara which is the sacred stone platform in front of traditional Kerala … Read more