There is big news about Orlando, Florida’s first National Historic Landmark.
The Maitland Art Center (MAC), a secluded artist studio designed during the Great Depression, was recently named the newest National Historic Landmark.
Built in 1937 as an inspirational colony for artists to exercise creativity and collaboration, MAC is one of the Southeast’s only remaining examples of “fantasy architecture.” Visitors surround themselves with that era while exploring the collection of 12 buildings set on 2.84 acres that are filled with ornate architecture, modern artwork and lush gardens.
Here is only one magnificent example of what’s in store at the Maitland Art Center! I am requesting more photos and will post as soon as available.