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I just got some beautiful land with an old barn on it that I'd like to convert into artist’s studio spaces and an exhibition gallery.
I just got some beautiful land with an old barn on it that I'd like to convert into artist’s studio spaces and an exhibition gallery.
212 backers pledged $23,670 to help bring this project to life.

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Ten Horse Art Space continues to move forward briskly (and I do mean briskly, it was 20 degrees in upstate New York yesterday) thanks to all of your support.

The entire space has been almost completely cleared out (tons of lumber and wood were inside) and I met with the contractor who will be removing the old floor (but keeping it to be recycled as flooring on the upper level).  I also met with the electrician, went over the entire project with him and hopefully will get a great price quote for that work.

I shot the clip below of Ten Horse almost fully cleaned out.  Whew!  The second part of the video was shot by a drone (that was my birthday gift) for my boyfriend James (who is also a pilot).  You can see me (very tiny walking) in the distance checking the newly repaired fence.  In the far, far distance is Mohonk Mountain one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the Hudson Valley and said to be the best rock climbing on the Eastern Seaboard.  James' drone is called a Parrot AR Drone, but that sounds too complicated so we're just calling it the U.F.O. cam!  

We're also busy getting all of your rewards together.  We've made our lists and are checking them twice (wait...that season's over already)!  Obviously it will take a little time to produce the linoleum cut prints and make the pop-ups but we've got the books and I'm signing as fast as I can.

Thanks again for your continued support and I'll keep you updated!  Robert

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    1. Creator Rob Mills on January 18, 2012

      Loved the aerial shots. Thanks for the update Robert.