Step inside N.J. quirkiest’s home that’s been transformed into an eclectic art sculpture

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Ricky Boscarino has spent nearly 35 years transforming a former hunting cabin deep in rural Sussex County into New Jersey’s unlikeliest art studio and museum, awash in colors and stocked with a startling range of collectibles. “I think of the house as a giant sculpture,” Boscarino said. There are more than 100,000 items packed insideLuna Parc, which under Boscarino’s residency has evolved from a hunting cabin to a 15-room structure, including a ballroom, on 11 levels accessible by staircases. A neighboring home on the 8.5-acre property houses summer interns and is owned by the nonprofit arts c…

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