Sharon E. Siegel

SANDYSTON, N.J. – Fewer than a fifty percent-hour travel from Port Jervis is a special hidden art museum that might be the strangest you will at any time see.

Hidden in a wooded area of Sandyston, N.J., the Luna Parc Museum also serves as artist Ricky Boscarino’s personal residence, studio and grounds.

Boscarino bought the angular, multi-stage building in 1989. He claimed he preferred a “handyman exclusive fixer-upper” with a blank slate that he could afford to pay for and make his personal. Over the up coming 31 several years, what was when an ordinary home became a museum and work of artwork alone.

Boscarino, described as a “madcap artist” on his web-site, invites site visitors to wander by and appreciate just about every space in his home. It hosts numerous open property functions each year.

Suitable now, Luna Parc has minimal accessibility due to coronavirus constraints. However, Boscarino enjoys the site visitors and fellow artists he fulfills at Luna Parc, and a check out may well be organized by appointment by emailing Boscarino at [email protected]