Friday, March 5th, 2021

New: “Spruce Ridge” 34 x 30

I’ve always loved how older architectural structures are built into the landscape, particularly when the land offers challenges that need to be worked around. Unlike more current approaches, where land is manipulated to suit the intentions of the structure to be built on it, the old, rural architecture of the past often had find ways to accommodate the irregularities of nature. This place is such an example…with a wall and ramp built to compensate for the steep slope…most likely built by hand, rather than the heavy machinery used today. “Spruce Ridge” 34 x 30

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