Angellstone – dry stone wall in Angell Woods

Designed & Built by John Bland

Angellstone is a dry stone wall built inside Angell Woods in Beaconsfield, QC that celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Association for the protection of Angell Woods (APAW).

The wall in essence stands for protecting and preserving nature and the creatures of the woods that the APAW non-profit group has fought to preserve.

The wall was built with little more than a hammer & chisel and a whole lot of passion and hard work. The 32 tons of stone that were lifted and placed by hand are an example of the ability to provide high-end work while maintaining a low carbon footprint.

Featured in media & news below
CTV News Montreal

Article in the Montreal Gazette – Click image below

Photographed by ALLEN MCINNIS / Montreal Gazette

Featured on Global News

New art installation adorns Angell Woods in Beaconsfield

Radio Interview – CBC Daybreak Montreal – Click here
Article in The Suburban – Click here
Article in Journal Métro – Click here
Radio Interview – CKUT 90.3FM – Ecolibrium – Click here and forward 3:20 mins into the audio for the start of the interview

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