Audrey Heckler lives on East 69th Street in a $2.7 million three-bedroom apartment that she shares with a massive collection of folk art. With the help of her interior designer Ronald Bricke, she turned the place into a bright and bold showroom. Though just a bit much for our taste in terms of design, it's not hard to enjoy what she must experience living in such a space. Just what's in there? Apparently "copper weathervanes shaped like cows and horses; faces dotted with hearts and arrows; blue pigs, yellow trucks and pink birds; and a man chasing a rooster" are just some of the objects she's packed into the apartment. Iiiinteresting.
· A Trove of Outsider Art [NYT]