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Aspen Art Museum


Art in the Outdoors

Jul 10, 2021
10:30 AM
What can we learn by looking closely?
Join guest artist Don Stuber for a morning of observation, conversation, and creativity. Starting at the Walter Isaacson Center, we’ll take an easy stroll to Stone River, built by renowned British artist Andy Goldsworthy, and end at a small shaded pond. Participants will be encouraged to explore their natural surroundings using microscopic hand lenses and create art inspired by their observations.

Other items to bring: plenty of water, snacks, and sunscreen.

Register here.

Don Stuber, a Marine infantryman, studied Studio Arts and South Asian Studies at the University of Minnesota. He has worked as an artist, photojournalist, furniture maker, gallerist, mentor, and building contractor. Don has volunteered with arts organizations including Anderson Ranch Arts Center and the Aspen Art Museum, and is a veterans advocate, board member, and Executive Vice President for Huts For Vets—an organization that invites veterans (at no cost) to experience the calming and healing effects of nature and wilderness.