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October Waller of the Month: Joe Dinwiddie

JOE DINWIDDIE (New Mexico) Since 1997, Joe has built, restored, and designed drystone masonry landscape installations throughout the United States and in Scotland. He got his start in the craft during its revival in central Kentucky in the mid-1990’s. In addition to building, Joe is dedicated to teaching, leading hands-on workshops as well as presentations for all ages.

FEATURED IMAGE (above): This wall was made with mixed types of salvaged stone, and dimensional sandstone from central Tennessee. The arch in the middle is aligned with the winter solstice sunset. The feature is in Swannanoa, North Carolina. Assisted by David Reed, James Russell, and Ethan Peveral.

Image to the right: Built with stone salvaged from railroad bridges, cut stone caps, and discards from a stone fabrication facility near Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. The feature is in Indiana, Pennsylvania. Assisted by Steve Soltez.

To learn more about Joe Dinwiddie and Drystone Joe, click  HERE.