In 2011, the National Park Service commissioned me to artistically photograph the unrestored interiors of the key
at Weir Farm National Historic Site. Julian Alden Weir is the father of American Impressionist painting.
first national park unit
and the only one in the nation dedicated to American painting.
restoration was completed
in 2014, the NPS had me return to photograph the stunning changes.
Below are images from inside Weir's house - specfically, the library, the Ryder Room and views into the
living room. It is interesting to compare these rooms with their prior vacant condition shown here. Other
in this gallery will
also present images of the studio. Some of these photographs are still being
and all of them look best when seen
as large exhibit prints.