Stones in the balance

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Stones in the balance

Boulder rock artist makes the impossible possible
Michael Grab balances rocks into seemingly impossible formations in Boulder Creek and around the world as a meditative practice. He now does it professionally and is invited to perform at conferences and festivals internationally.
Rock artist Michael Grab says, a recurring theme in his work has been “to make it look as impossible as possible.” Some formations can take four to five hours to complete.
Michael Grab said he never considered himself an artist until people started calling him one. “I never had a goal whatsoever when I first started. I just loved doing it – I love being at the creek, I love the quiet, I love the sound of the flowing water,” Grab said.

Stones in the balance

Michael Grab balances rocks into seemingly impossible formations in Boulder Creek and around the world as a meditative practice. He now does it professionally and is invited to perform at conferences and festivals internationally.
Rock artist Michael Grab says, a recurring theme in his work has been “to make it look as impossible as possible.” Some formations can take four to five hours to complete.
Michael Grab said he never considered himself an artist until people started calling him one. “I never had a goal whatsoever when I first started. I just loved doing it – I love being at the creek, I love the quiet, I love the sound of the flowing water,” Grab said.
On the Net

Watch Michael Grab at work: http://dpo.st/1EsvoID
Grab’s website: www.gravityglue.com

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