When I first started making “Cities and Towns”, I glued pieces together. Now, I construct the pieces by balancing them against each other- or standing them up on their own.
The city and town rocks are great for workshops because they can be used by individuals and by a group – or groups of people working together.
This is the tallest piece I have made to date. The Heron balances on the base in a lot of different positions- and is easily rotated and repositioned. The Heron’s ruby throat is a good example of the iron balls found throughout Lake Champlain rocks.