Boulder StoneScapes has worked with the city of Boulder to build some of it's most well known Landmarks such as the Welcome Walls (seen above) located on 28th st. & Colorado blvd.
We build using old world Masonry techniques to keep our trade alive!
There isn't anything we can't build out of Masonry.
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Brian & Amanda Scott owners of Boulder StoneScapes, Apple Wood Ovens and 63rd St. Farm.
Brian Scott has been a stone mason in Boulder, CO since 1995, starting out as an apprentice for Big Horn Masonry & Chimney working his way up to mason. Then eventually purchasing Big Horn Masonry and Chimney from the Macurdy Family. Brian's dedication to keeping the trade alive and specializing in stone is why he soon changed the name to Boulder StoneScapes.
Stone Masonry is a lost trade that in many ways is art. Brian uses old world techniques of stone masonry & sources as much stone locally as possible from local colorado stone yards
Amanda Keeps the Farm producing Veggies for the CSA & holds classes at the farm to teach about agriculture in a sustainable sense. The farm has been based around a Permaculture model through High Altitude Permacultre. Brian & Amanda have both completed several certifications in Permaculture Design. Making their homestead a regenerative example for young farmers and the extended community.
About The Owners!
Brian has researched and developed his own internal cores for pizza ovens through Apple Wood Ovens. He has been building ovens since 2002, incorporating them into many backyard living spaces and outdoor kitchens throughout the years. Having a local mind set he is excited to be able to build and produce his ovens here in Colorado.