A walk through the Anderson Ranch Arts Center studios in recent weeks revealed works from wildly different regions of the imagination — from avant-garde film to ceramics, paintings made from soot to woven fabrics, paper collage and metalworks.
But the 14 artists currently in residence on the Snowmass Village campus do have one thing in common. They’re all based in Miami, and they’re here together for a five-week residency through the Oolite Arts Home and Away program.
The Ranch will host an open house Tuesday, inviting the public to meet the artists and see them at work in the studios. Dennis Scholl, president and CEO of Oolite and a longtime Anderson Ranch supporter, will lead a guided tour of the open studios at 5 p.m. Tuesday.