‘Think Grey Gardens, not Better Homes and Gardens’

One of the country’s greatest living artists once lived in a rustic converted barn hidden off a rural stretch of road. The floor-to-ceiling rollup garage-door style windows he installed to bring sunlight streaming into his studio still remain. I visited, with Journal News photographer Mark Vergari, whose photo appears above, to meet with the current owner who has a new vision for the property.


Published by Robert Brum

Writer/editor/storyteller, bicyclist and hiker roaming the Hudson Valley on two feet and two wheels. Brum as in drum; not Blum or Broom.

3 thoughts on “‘Think Grey Gardens, not Better Homes and Gardens’

  1. Thank you for keeping an eye on things of value in Rockland for all these years. You capture our fleeting culture and keep it in our minds and hearts.


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