Artist’s House and Studio
Bovina, New York

The house and studio in the hamlet of Bovina was designed for a painter, print maker and gardener. The house is raised on steel piers part way up a hill and has an expansive view of the Catskill Mountains. A bank of south facing sliding doors open to a porch and are shaded by a deep roof overhang. The studio end of the house is nestled into the hillside and has a more inward nature. The house is made of simple materials, some of which recall the agricultural buildings common in this area, including a galvanized metal roof and red corrugated metal siding.