Contemporary art and architecture museum could become one of the area’s creative gems

WEST STOCKBRIDGE — Tucked in an abandoned quarry behind the old train station in downtown West Stockbridge is an open space that could be become one of Berkshire County’s creative gems.

The landscape is imposing and diverse: acres of hills, meadows, a lake and a 65-foot vertical drop revealing beautiful views of the surrounding area. Who could have imagined it would function as a showplace for art?

Art lovers Igor Gomberg and Katya Brezgunova, natives of Russia who now live in Newton and visit the Berkshires often, envisioned an art space and a place for exploration for both children and adults. When it…

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