Posts Tagged ‘sandstone’

Frozen in stone for more than a hundred years these faces are some of those that adorn the exterior of Queens Park.  The pinkish stone is sandstone quarried near Orangeville and the Credit River Valley.

below: This one makes me think of an old woman in a frilly bonnet – my apologies to the person it is supposed to be (if there is one!).

carved stone on the exterior of Queens Park, a face in a circle surrounded by leaves

below: There are devilish horns on this one.

a man's face with what seems like horns from his head, a carving in stone

below:  He’s got a long and curly tongue and is that long hair beside his face?

exterior of Queens Park, parliament buildings in Toronto, a laughing face with tongue stuck out, in sandstone

below: Strangely blank eyes looking upward.

in a carved frieze on the exterior of parliament buildings, a face with blank eyes

below: He watches everyone as they pass by.

on a stone column, exterior of Queens Park, a face,