Log Home Living

Log Home Living

I have come to know that, when you live life as an artist, you never know what is next or how “things” will work out, but if you just keep putting one foot in front of the other amazing things happen. A while back, my dear friend, Lucy Buckner Tkachenko, offered to include some of my Expansive Horses in a photo shoot of her sweet little log cabin beside a fast running stream in the mountains of Southwest Virginia. Now that is what good friends do — they think about you and offer a helping hand along the way. So I carried some big ol’ horses up to this cabin and, after a quick chat with the photographer, I was gone. When I returned later to gather up the girls, Lucy and the photographer were gone. I jumped back into my studio and kind of forgot that it ever happened. Well, a little over a week ago, I found out that a lot had been going on! Long story short: Go get The 2014 Annual Buyer’s Guide of Log Home Living and check out the fabulous home Lucy has made for herself and check out the Expansive Horses in the front yard. Very cool! Thank you, Lucy