Combining heartwarming text and gorgeous photos, Jerry Ann's Place is a compelling tale about an aspiring artist whose life is turned upside down at the age of 40. As a result of these changes, she moves out onto 160 acres of creek fed farmland in North Eastern Oklahoma and lives a simple, solitary life for the next 40 years. All on her own, she fishes, hunts, traps, forages, gardens, and eventually, builds a wonderfully natural home and barn out of materials found mostly right on her own land. Including more than 70 striking digital photographs, the story of Jerry Ann's Place documents both her survival, and her unfolding, as she discovers a new balance with the land and within herself.
To quote Jerry Ann - "the forging of a footprint that is uniquely mine".