Art & Design
Your days of looking, searching, and negotiating are over. You have found the perfect home for you and your family. Now on to creating the nest with your own style and taste.
The Art of Trompe l’oeil has always fascinated me. Here in Great Barrington we have a wonderful artist who makes this art form one of his specialties. Joel Haynes originally from Tennessee, moved to Florida before relocating with his wife to Great Barrington, Ma.. His studio is a former hayloft, with enough space for the many different projects Joel works on for his international clients. He was trained at the Ringling School of Design in Sarasota, Fla.
Full Story: http://www.berkshireliving.com/Joel-Haynes-trompe-l%E2%80%99oeil
Ask Me A Question!
For more information call: Marlene @ 413 717-9773
Great Barrington, Ma. is a town in Berkshire county. It is both a summer resort and home to Ski Butternut. It is the birthplace of W.E.B. Dubois, academic and famous civil rights activist. Great Barrington includes the villages of Van Deusenville and Housatonic.
The area was originally called Mahaiwe by The Mahican Indians meaning “the place downstream.” It was located on a path that connected Albany with Springfield and then Boston. The village was first settled in 1726, and in 1761 was officially incorporated as Great Barrington, named after the village of Great Barrington in England Continue reading Great Barrington Ma. Real Estate – Town History