57 Reasons To Live in West Michigan

Reason #41: Ox-Bow

Ox-Bow

57 Reasons to Live in West Michigan Reason #41: Ox-Bow

Ox-Bow School of Art (an affiliate of the Art Institute of Chicago) and its artists' colony have served as a haven for visual artists since 1910. Founded on the shores of Lake Michigan near Saugatuck as an escape from the city, Ox-Bow's campus encompasses 115 acres of pristine natural forests, dunes, a lagoon and historic buildings. It is both defined and protected by the landscape that inspires the artists who live and work here.

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