Kevin H. Adams
I now keep my studio in Little Washington, in what — circa 1950 — was the garage for the local school bus. With an abundance of natural light, standing at my easel is almost like being on location. In fact, from its spot on Gay Street, the building (which is part of the oldest, continually operated mercantile shop in the Commonwealth of Virginia) offers views of the mountains and a beautiful garden courtyard where I can paint “en plein air” at any time. The additional space gives me opportunity to work on more, and larger projects simultaneously.