I was so blessed to be able to attend the facilitators training with Lauren Artress in Petaluma CA. this past winter.  The connections that I made and the material that I gathered, will guide me even more on my path of sharing the labyrinth with others.  Flyer

Marty has been commissioned by our clients Jon and Sloan Buccola of St. Helena, California to create a hand carved stone sculpture using Iowa Limestone. The sculpture is modelled on the “Christ in the Labyrinth” fresco located in the former church of San Francesco in Alatri, Italy, famous for its monumental city walls. Once a convent, then a prison and criminal court, the building is now used as a cultural center. During restoration work in 1996, a tunnel was discovered beneath the […]

We are enjoying the beauty of vineyards, people, mountains and the forest.  Our clients have commissioned a beautiful “Interactive work of Art!”  At their complex in “Wine Country”!

The labyrinth at Hap Magee Park in Danville CA is a beautiful tribute to William Schramm of Alamo CA.  “Will” was in a tragic car accident at the age of 24, shortly after he had found labyrinth walking, and made it part of his spiritual practice.  Will,  will always be known as “The Traveling Diamond” and through the path of this labyrinth he will sparkle on! Will’s family and friends, the community, The San Ramon Valley Methodist Church and the circles of friends in which […]

The concrete paver labyrinth originally located at 4th and Market Street, Galveston Island, Texas, was installed by professional labyrinth builder Marty Kermeen in March 2001. An environmentally sound habitat garden was planted in early 2003 (by Mark Fox), which surrounds the stone labyrinth. The labyrinth is a powerful process tool which offers an opportunity for people to open to deeper dimensions of human experience. Because its appeal is universal, it embraces people from diverse backgrounds and all walks of life, whether […]