The Studio at 1631 Main Street, Gold Hill, NV

I found this location in 1997 by chance. The studio itself is housed in a vintage schoolhouse from the 1940's. It is 1225 square feet and includes my work area, gallery, partial kitchen where I do the glazing, restroom and storage area for dry materials. An upstairs living additon over a large double car garage was added by the previous owner in 1993. The property faces west with a view of Gold Canyon and the remains of the Yellow Jacket Mine and the Crown Point Mill. To the east is a steep hill where black locust and pinion pines grow precariously in the poor soil. To the north is a view of Mt. Davidson also known as Sun Mountain. In the morning, Sun Mountain turns pink and gold as the sun comes up..

Western Sky

Below is a view of the outside of the studio:


Here is the gallery:




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