Carol's great grandfather was a master marble carver from Carrara, Italy. He emigrated to America at the turn of the 20th century, settling the family in Indiana – famously known for its limestone, a geological cousin to marble. He used his carving talents to work on many American landmarks including the Federal Triangle in Washington DC and Duke University's Gothic Chapel. The ancient story of stone is at the heart of the excursions Carol has created in Italy and Indiana, completing the ancestral circle. These journeys will profoundly change the way you see sculpture. The beauty of the lifestyle and landscape in Italy will change your life.