He has, as in his other works for the Conococheague Institute, once again transported the viewer to the Conococheague of the 1760's. Using light, texture and fantasy elements, he transforms a 20th century dwelling into a form and place that James and William Smith would recognize.
Underneath a 20th century renovation, preservationists are finding a very old and very important house. A house that is not only connected to the time of the Indian Wars (1750 to 1760) but, more importantly, to the stirrings of the American Revolution and the principles of the 2nd Amendment.
Speculation abounds as to what the now two-story Smith House looked like in 1765. Kevin Rice gives us his vision.