Whether at the major art shows across the country, sculpting for national concrete mold producers, or doing a unique one-of-a-kind piece for "big bucks"--you'll find people amazed and interested to see what Cliff  has turned up that's "new".  Cliff have a following of loyal repeat customers who travel unbelievable distances to attend his shows.  Many have been collecting pieces of his "stone art" for over twenty years.

Since 1986 American Stone Art has been the recipient of many 'best display' awards, seven of the awards came from 'War Eagle Shows' in Arkansas. In 2007 Cliff will be showing his art-work across the river at the equally fine show of Jack & Lucy Sharp. Many of the Quality vendors that were with Cliff at War Eagle have moved across the river with him.

Cliff is very proud to say he has been with very distinguish the Jim & Donna Huffman,  annual Amish Acres most of these years. They all rank among the top in National Standings.

Cliff has been honored with booth awards by numerous promotions throughout the U.S., he has garnished several fine art awards for sculpting, featured on state TV news shows, and year-by-year appear in both national and local newspaper, National Home and Garden and other magazine articles.

These hand-modeled stone landscape sculptures and indoor statues incorporate flint, quartz, granite, some marble, black slag and other stone. His artwork is quite different  from concrete, ceramic, or plaster sculptures since it is not a poured process, but rather a purposeful placement of crushed stone set to achieve a desired look.  Cliff's experience as a nationally known stonemason has given him contacts with quarries nationwide, enabling him to transport the stone himself, avoid shipping costs and keep the artwork affordable to clients.  This is important to Cliff because he will tell you, "Our customers become our "friends".