We have the natural geological formation, the experience and the skills to customize our quarrying and to collaborate with artists and designers to create extraordinary art and cultural projects. In 1905, Charles Follen McKim designed a 44′ single shaft obelisk of Stony Creek Granite commemorating the opening of the Soo Locks in Michigan. In 1956, renowned sculptor Isamu Noguchi created one of his very first sculpture commissions — The Family — from three elements of Stony Creek Granite. Today, Darrell Petit, sculptor in residence, creates public sculptures of Stony Creek including Kiss for Storm King Art Center, Standing Stone for Cambridge, MA, Event for the new Four Seasons One Dalton Boston, Continuum for Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Indiana, and the 100+ ton monolithic pedestal for the Torosaurus project of the Yale Peabody Museum, New Haven,  Connecticut.