Artists have been drawn to
An artist’s needs are specific. First of all, his or her home is a place to work. Sculptors and painters need a studio. Writers and musicians want a dedicated workspace, preferably something soothing and exciting at the same time. A great kitchen is another necessity. The time spent cooking and at meals with family and friends is often a form of rejuvenation. And most important of all, they need a strong connection to nature, where all art begins.
We’ve taken a look at what is currently on the market and come up with a portfolio of homes that would be eminently suitable for a
This two bedroom, two bath downtown cottage is in the shadow of the high rises, yet it is surrounded by a garden that would do credit to Marie Selby herself. In fact, many of the plants were acquired from Selby, by the owner, when he worked there. The effect is a tropical
History, art, and craftsmanship all blend in this meticulously restored 1920s home on
809 S. Jefferson
This two bedroom cottage is one of the oldest houses in