That’s right! After more than five years on the market, we have finally sold our 1880 bank building (home and studio) in Eureka, Nevada. We have lived in Eureka since October 2005 and will be departing April 2018.
The view of Eureka, Nevada on one of our morning walks.
Our Studio with walk in vault.
Most of all we will miss the vault.
For over a year now we have been selling, redistributing, donating and recycling our stuff. We have less than half of the stuff we had when we moved to Eureka and that is still way too much stuff… Less is more!
Everyone is asking us the same question: “Where are you moving to?”. Our answer is always the same, “We don’t know!”. This notion highly disturbs most folks. “What do you mean you don’t know? Certainly you’re going to rent a place to call home, right?”. No, we are not. We both have always felt that we don’t fit in the places we have lived. So, we plan on traveling around, exploring places, figuring out where it is that we want to be.
Richard Menzies wrote in his book “Passing Through: An Existential Journey Across America’s Outback”. “If you don’t fit in, move to Nevada. If you don’t fit in Nevada, move to Battle Mountain”.
Follow us as we start a new journey in search of what’s next… We have several communities we plan on exploring at length. But, first we have some large scale public art to install and several Artist in Residencies to wrap up across Nevada before we set out across the West in search of a new home/studio…