Here's a link to my friend Ben Hesse's benjaminrhesse mixed media and printmaking blog.
He recently posted about working on the Ronald McDonald Cabin (yes, really, the Ronald McDonald Cabin!) at Betasso Open Space.
Brian Bartel and I are teaching this wonderful young man the ways of historic preservation, he's a fast learner, and if he sticks with it he will be a vital part of the historic preservation community.
Ben is a wonderfully talented folk/old-timey musician, printmaker and all around silver belt buckle caliber artist. Check out his work, some of his woodcut prints are amazing!
Ben's photo of the cabin, see more at his blog!
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