Richard M. Richardson
There are many permanent installations built by the creator and caretaker of Three Sisters Sanctuary,
This section of the Sanctuary features an outdoor sunken living room with seats for about 24 people surrounding a fire pit. Unlike a traditional fire pit, this smokeless version was made using artist Richard Richardson's knowledge of chimneys gained from his work with antique stoves. Click Here for more photos and information.
This three-tiered theater-in-the-round easily seats about 200 people. A five-foot wide patio surrounds the entire theater, which is designed as a theater in the round. Two major medallions built into the Amphitheater are made of brick, stone and glass. Click Here for more photos and information.
For more than fifty years, the Tin Man has stood as a beloved landmark in locations between Leeds and Goshen, Massachusetts. Today this icon is known as the “Tin Man of Goshen” and has stood at its current location, overlooking the Good Time Stove Company and Route 112 in Goshen, MA. Click here for more photos and information.
Named in memory of artist Richard Richardson’s eldest daughter, Tina Marie, this is place for healing and meditation. Upon her passing, it became a place for the family to disperse their grief. The space deliberately has a soft, feminine feel to it. The cairn features pewter angels and is topped by a large glass ball placed by an unknown visitor.