The original barn on this site was built in the 1700s. This first photo of the barn was taken in 1880 when it only had 1 cupola. In 1900, the back third of the barn was built and the 2nd cupola was added. Through a labor of love, the Greensboro Barn has been extensively renovated and is now my home and gallery. Adorning the top of this agricultural cathedral are two unique and fully functioning copper weathervanes that I designed. The spiral and lightning bolt are symbols seen throughout my creative work and are constant reminders of the beauty that surrounds and inspires me.
All are welcome to come and experience this magnificent work of art and the creative living landscape that surrounds it!