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A Stone Sculptor’s Day at Majestic Ranch
Wednesday, February 17, 2010 • Posted February 16, 2010

BOERNE, TX— Executive Director and Stone Sculptor, Rachman Ulmer will host, “A Stone Sculptor’s Day - Stone, Tools and Techniques with special guest Myles Schachter,” February 24, 2010 from 10am to 5pm. This event is free and open to the public.

Myles Schachter will be at the Hilltop Pavilion at Majestic Ranch and will have 16,000 pounds of hand selected Italian Marbles and Alabasters from around the world and a spectrum of stone sculptor’s tools for sale. Myles Schachter has trained in stone sculpture and metalwork throughout the world, specializing in limestone, marble and bronze. As the owner of “2Sculpt,” he teaches workshops throughout the country, and is a premier sculptural stone suppliers. “I am so lucky to be able to travel around the world buying good quality and beautiful color stone that I love to sculpt and I enjoy sharing the beauty with others. I have stone from all the continents of the world,” says Myles. After visiting the Majestic Ranch, Miles will depart for Turkey on a two week trip to source more stone.

The School at Majestic Ranch Arts Foundation is located on Hwy 46 West on a 525 acre ranch is the home of the School at Majestic Ranch, now functioning as a nonprofit art school with a new executive director and classes in a variety of medium. The legacy of The School dates back to the Majestic Theatre in San Antonio. As a marvelous location for the arts, the Majestic Theater, built in 1929, still draws patrons to enjoy the arts each day. It was through the restoration and subsequent sale of the Majestic Theater that the Majestic Ranch Arts Foundation was born. For more information of this event go to www.mraf.org or call 830.537.4654.

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