American impressionist painter Theodore Clement Steele (1847-1926) and his wife Selma moved to Brown County, Indiana in 1907 and established a home, studio and gardens on 211 acres of scenic terrain.
The property and its artifacts remain essentially unchanged from the way it was during their time here. The picturesque landscape of this area, and Steele’s prominence, drew in other artists, establishing an Art Colony of the Midwest.
50 paintings are on display in the studio and home which Steele named House of the Singing Winds.
The grounds and trails are accessible every day of the week. Hourly guided tours of Steele’s Large Studio and the House of the Singing Winds are available year-round.