Having been raised from a bloodline of great artists and musicians from Germany, Andreas Kunert’s unique artistic talents and ability to perceive the Fibonacci Sequence, informed his perception of the world. Observing this pattern in nature, people and stone has greatly influenced his life and work.
When Andreas started K2 Stone Quarries on Vancouver Island in 1992, he was the youngest-ever Canadian commercial quarry owner. When the simplicity of quarrying became unfulfilling, he embraced his deep desire to create beauty with stone, shifting to a career creating stone artworks.
In 2009, Andreas and his wife Naomi founded Ancient Art of Stone. Together, they help people find balance, wholeness and connection through creating soulful stonework in their Vancouver Island studio.
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