Thirty-two tons of stones, stacked by hand one at a time, seven-feet high. That’s how a medieval-looking stone wall, called Angellstone, was built in Beaconsfield’s Angell Woods. It’s an art installation by dry stone artist John Bland, the winning project following a call for artists in 2019 to propose ideas for something to mark the 20th anniversary of efforts by the Association for the Protection of Angell Woods (APAW) to protecting the green space. “It took three months to complete everything,” Bland told Global News. “Approximately one and a half months of gathering stones out of the woods, and […]

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