A prolific wood-carver and animated storyteller, Ames hand carved his own impressive menagerie of over 600 animals.
In and around her cottage on the Lake Michigan shore, Nohl created a vivid, multidimensional environment.
Blagdon worked for nearly thirty years on sculptures and paintings he described as “Healing Machines.”
Butler brought a garden of color, form, and motion into being in the front yard of his home in Louisiana, which was based on images that appeared in his dreams.
Every has created a sculptural environment of grandiose proportions.
Waitzkin was an artist whose saga includes years of mingling with American Abstract Expressionist painters, while living in Manhattan’s eccentric Chelsea Hotel.
Engelbert was inspired to transform his property into his own version of a roadside attraction. He embellished the entire exterior of his farmhouse.
Rusch transformed an old dance hall called the Prairie Moon Pavilion into a museum of natural phenomena, curios, unusual machines, and personal mementos.
Von Bruenchenhein transformed his small home into a unique container for the thousands of works he made.
Peterson transformed his garden into a wonderful fantasy land of animals, fountains, and birdbaths, creating an entire stone-embellished kingdom.
Tellen created historic, religious, and mythic figures within the woods surrounding his family's summer cottage.