The art on display alone was fascinating and pairs well during a guided tour with the family story of the home's original owners, the Kaufmans. Original works of art adorned the walls of this once vacation home, some unknown others signed like; a landscape from Siquera, two Diego Rivera works, Picasso prints, a Tiffany lamp and sculptures throughout.
If you're up for climbing some steps, seeing a house built into boulders, atop a waterfall, driving country roads with amazing views to get there, then this adventure will be well worth it. For me it was unforgettable.
If you are painting on a textured surface try using the shapes, peaks and valleys of that wall in your favor for cobbling together realistic dry-fit stone works. Asymmetry is key here enjoy the fact your are not painting a grid of bricks and have fun with your art.
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