On the weekend October 17, 2010 Corrina and Helen threw an art show at the Goat Farm. Architecture Tourist heaven: re-purposed, mysterious 1889 cotton gin complex, artists, art, studios, friends, hospitality.
Corrina Sephora Mensoff
Helen Durant (left) with her niece Helen Young who blogs at Whitehaven foregrounding for the big cats.
Some of the Goat Farm's goats. All you folks have been to Forsyth Fabrics right? The Goat Farm is right there.
Here is Helen and Corrina's shared studio, perfect industrial eclectic with peachy trim.
Corrina Mensoff does metal work and everything else. Walk in to find art and tools galore.
Beautiful tools of the trade.
Turn right towards Helen's studio. See her big cat?
Look up to find industrial clerestory happiness. This stuff gives me tingles in tummy but it might be a bit chilly in the winter.
Corrina is doing a lot of crazy boats in metal, in paint, and in everything else.
Helen did this crazy dog. It seemed so real, so pet-able, so loved.
Some of Helen's other animals and spindly towers.
This is a look through the front door. I don't know who did the goat on yellow.
Looking out the front door. It is so calm and quiet here. It's industrial-pastoral.
The Goat Farm is the "E. Van Winkle Gin and Machine Works/The Murray Company" and it's on the national register of historic places. It's a good place for parties. Here is the Burnaway.org fundraiser on June 19.
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