Today in the Denver Post:

“…Nearly seven years later, rock balancing is a full-time job for Grab, 30, as he builds a name for himself not only in his backyard but also around the world. Photos of his rock installations have spread far and wide on the Internet, thanks to blogs and websites such as This is Colossal, Reddit and Huffington Post..”

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See some photos from that day here.

58 Responses
  1. I was in Glenwood Canyon killing some time with rock balancing at the rest area. I found myself surrounded by a bus of Asian tourists snapping pictures. One of them asked me “Are you the Artist?” I was taken aback that they thought what I was up to was art. My kids were laughing at the attention.

  2. Here’s my guy. Well, I don’t know him personally, but seeing his work here posted by a friend, blew my mind. A-m-a-z-i-n-g. Check out his blog and website. I bet you will experience ……something.

  3. I appreciate getting to see you work and hear you speak. Not even astrophysicists can demonstrate balance, the perfect order of the universe, in a way that resonates that essential truth better than you do. Thanks for frequently and beautifully reminding me to seek balance in giving and receiving, creating and letting go and so live in harmony with the entire universe.

  4. Michael you are incredible and an awesome photographer? or is it someone else. Continued success in all that you do. When are you coming to the big island. Kona awaits plenty of lava rocks too!

  5. I am so happy for you. I love stones as well but have not balanced them yet. I just tend to them. I find them , wash them and sometimes put aromatic essential oils on them. What you do is important for the stones and I am sooooooo glad you are being recognized around the earth for it. I pray for your continuing prospering and joy filled life. I hope some day to witness your Rock play in person. I am certain the stones appreciate your use of them. I was. a Waldorf early childhood teacher. You get to play daily and create beauty in balancing stones. Thank you for what you do and blessings in all of it.

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