With over 30 years of experience, Art in Stone has completed various projects throughout the Westchester and Putnam county area. In 1997, The New York Times wrote an article titled "In Stonemason's Hands, Work Becomes Folk Art", recognizing Manny Inga, the co-founder, as an artistic professional. In 2009, Manny Inga was invited by the New York folklore society along with a few other masons to be a part of an exhibition titled "Set in Stone". This exhibition presented their skill in stone art to the public
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Manuel Inga has worked as a stone mason in Westchester and Putnam county area for over 30 years. Immigrating to America in the 1970's, Manuel found success in construction. In 1997, The New York Times wrote an article titled, "In Stonemason's Hands, Work Becomes Folk Art" recognizing Manuel and his company as a professional and artistic construction company. In 2009, Manuel was invited by the New York folklore society to be a part of an exhibition titled "Set in Stone". This exhibition presented his skill in stone art to the public. Away from work, Manuel enjoys gardening and traveling to his home country, Ecuador.
Co - Founder
Christian is part of a long lineage of master masons. Like his father Manuel, Christian learned the art of a stone mason at a young age. Christian earned a Bachelors of Science in Architecture from Florida A&M University. While in school, Christian won many design competitions such as Designer Of The Year and Best In Overall Group Design Project. While in school, Christian interned for one of his professors who was a civil engineer. There he learned the the importance of structure in architecture. Outside of work, Christian enjoys the outdoors and exploring different types of art forms.