Ferrin Gallery: Seen & Scene

Monday, September 28, 2009

Studio Available Live - Work: Six Months in New England

Do you know someone who wants to spend the winter living and working in New England?

Or someone who needs to produce a show in the US or wants to do a short term residency?

LOCATION: Three ish hours from NY and Boston, ideal setting to settle into a long project. Western Massachusetts on the eastern edge of The Berkshires, western edge of Pioneer Valley and Northampton and 1/2 hour from everything else except one hour from airport.

SPACE: Plenty of it, private, remote, rural setting.

DISTRACTIONS: Minor - post office, hardware and general store with everything you need walking distance. DSL and WIFI, no cable, no cell service.

WEATHER: not relevant if you're working indoors - great if you like to do outdoorsy type things in the winter.

LIGHT & VIEW: lots of it during daylight hours, plenty of incandescent the rest of the time.



Evening Light
Aerial View
Morning Light
View from Studio

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