February 2011 | BY The AmericanStyle Staff | Issue 75, Spring 2011
Looking for inspiration? You’ve come to the right place.
It’s Art & Design time at AmericanStyle, and once again we’ve set our sights on artists’ spaces. The key to unlocking the doors to all the homes featured on the following pages is transformation.
In a historic village in New Mexico, artist Tom Morin and his wife Jerri transformed what looked like just a bunch of abandoned buildings into a breathtaking adobe residence and studio.
On 11 acres of open woodland in rural Michigan, Chris Roberts-Antieau envisioned her dream house, then designed and built it from the ground up.
And on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Craigie Succop searched for—and found—the perfect property to transform into an inviting complex for showcasing her art.
Click below to explore each home and be prepared to be inspired:
Tom and Jerri Morin: Born Again
Chris Roberts-Antieau: A Sublime Place to Make Art
Craigie Succop: A World of Color
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