Saturday, December 5, 8am-5pm
In conjunction with his exhibition Rise at 516 ARTS, artist Beau Carey invited artists to join him in the Ojito Wilderness for a winter field studio session where ideas, concepts and techniques can be exchanged in an informal and wild setting. This excursion was open to adult artists of all levels and media. It was an opportunity for individual artists to explore working in a complex and wild environment and allowing that environment to influence their work. Participants
Fee: $50 general / $40 for 516 ARTS members
Beau Carey has been an artist-in-residence at Redline Denver, the Arctic Circle in Norway, and Denali National Park in Alaska where he was the park’s first wintertime resident. Working both at remote locations in the field and at home in the studio, his work explores historical and contemporary issues surrounding landscape painting and land use.
Image: Beau Carey in residence in the Arctic Circle, photo by Cedra Wood