I’m sure there are far more stone-balancers in the world than the internet could have us know. Hundreds, if not thousands of balancers can be found by digging around in the following links. You will have a glimpse into the amazing variety of rock balance artists and styles from beginners to masters of the art. I’ve explored fairly deep down the rabbit hole but I’m sure there is much more to learn. Evidence of the collective unconscious…?
Here is a google map I’ve helped develop (still in progress) that shows the global reach of rock play.. :)
I linked names to websites and work where applicable.. There are enough links to keep you busy exploring for HOURS :) you will find some great work from all around the world! I’m sure there are MANY more balancers that do not yet appear on the map… The work is always in progress. And it seems as though the practice is growing faster with time. so when i get a chance, i will make more updates. thanks :)
View Rock Balance in a larger map
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Most of the following links are planted in the above map under their corresponding name..
Hundredth Monkey is an ever growing international catalogue of stone balancers and land artists including profiles and photos for each of the known hundreds of monkeys.. If you are a stone balancer, and do not see your album in the group, feel free to contact me for further details.
meet other active balancers, see what others are creating, share your own creations!
there are possibly many more, but these seem to be the most active that i’m aware of.