NeoRio Artist Rendezvous - M a y 2 0 1 2
confluence of art and environments
Powers of Sun, Wind and Water
Join the Wild Earth Studio team for experimentation
and thematic development of artworks and videos
for the NeoRio symposium and celebration, fall 2012.
We will be working and experimenting at various sites in Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado including the Wild Rivers Recreation Area, Great Sand Dunes National Park and in the Valle Vidal.
Non-fee, self-sufficiently equipped and supplied artists and visitors are most welcome to rendezvous and join our efforts. Inquire about schedule of events and projects at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All team members help on various base-camp duties including our Weasel Bus hub, which includes a large selection of solar capabilities and specialized tools. The transport of our arts-based equipment and the creation of special event meals are the Wild Earth Studio’s platform for adventure.
Past LEAP and Wild Earth Studio Artists Rendezvous and Workshops listed below
Artist – Rendezvous at Wild Rivers
Join us for fun times and great art-making at the Wild Rivers Recreation area in May.
Contact Claire at email@example.com for more information.
NeoRio 2010 Artist Workshop with Lynne Hull
Friday, September 24th, 10am – 4pm
Wild Rivers Recreation Area, Questa, NM (see map below)
Calling all artists inspired by nature and fascinated by our local ecology for a FREE NeoRio workshop with environmental artist and sculptor for wildlife, Lynne Hull. Meet other artists, create site-specific sculptures that provide habitat enhancement for wildlife, and learn new skills to take home with you! Wild Rivers Recreation Area, Questa. Bring work gloves, water, a sack lunch and appropriate outdoor work clothing. To learn more about Lynne Hull’s work visit http://www.eco-art.org/
This workshop is FREE, however donations to support NeoRio are greatly appreciated.
Big Color Bash – Outdoor Painting Workshop
WildEarth Studio Workshop 2010 with John Wenger
May 9-15, 2010 flexible hours
Wild Rivers Recreation Area
Painter, John Wenger and Claire Long, our workshop synergy guide, are offering a unique painting experience for advanced artists. These 5 days of fun, artistic intensity and deluxe camping happens in and around Northern New Mexico’s premier canyon environments. Our base campsite will be at BLM’s Wild Rivers campground, where participants will select and pay for their own camping site. Meals at the Weasel bus kitchen are optional.
This outdoor studio experience will include an emphasis on rapid and prolific production, expressive color response plus layered pursuit and eradication strategies. Other concerns to be investigated include the relationship of drawing qualities within the painted veneer. As well as notions about how artists might weave a significance and larger intent concerning our natural and pristine environments. Perhaps we can even discover how contemporary artists and their great works can be in the service of ideas and issues of our times. Daily gatherings in support of workshop goals and artworks will be customary.