Moments before announcing novelist Mohsin Hamid as the winner of the inaugural Aspen Words Literary Prize on Tuesday, Aspen Words managing director Jamie Kravitz gave a shout-out to Snowmass Village-based artist Michael Lorsung and said he “exceeded our expectations in every way.” Full article: Anderson Ranch artist Michael Lorsung designed Aspen Words Literary Prize trophy
Contemporary objects should be functional, but remain connected to a rich tradition of craftsmanship. That’s part of the idea behind Maker + Place, an Aspen, Colorado, home retail space and design studio founded by Michaela Carpenter. A recent graduate of Chelsea College of Art and Design in London who studied textiles, Carpenter remains closely tied […]
For Snowmass Village ceramicist Giselle Hicks, the decision to make art inspired by domestic spaces came naturally. “I have always been interested in how our experiences within our homes affect and define how we live outside our homes,” she says.
LVBX Magazine Meet ceramics artist, Giselle Hicks. Her works are subtle and yet strongly moving in their simplicity and depth of beauty. Giselle shares with us why she chose ceramics as a medium, and from where she draws her artistic influence and inspiration.
Snowmass Sun For her first solo exhibit at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center, longtime Snowmass Village resident Betsy Chaffin worked for about 15 months, exploring her way from a series of ink drawings to a collection of abstract paintings.
The Aspen Times Printmaker Bunny Burson went in search of her family history in old letters from Europe, but discovered something more universal in “Traces.” The exhibition of her work at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center is the result of a yearslong project in search of her roots.