Hands-on Art and Photography Weekends at Triple Creek Ranch

Clients can strengthen their art skills alongside celebrated artists at the resort
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Artists' Workshop Weekends // (c) 2010 Triple Creek Ranch

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Triple Creek Ranch
This fall, aspiring artists will have an opportunity to fine-tune their skills alongside some of the West’s most accomplished professionals when Montana’s Triple Creek Ranch hosts its highly regarded Artists’ Workshop Weekends.

The series of four-day/three-night Artists’ Workshop Weekends feature celebrated artists leading full programs of morning and afternoon hands-on workshops. In addition to the workshops, the all-inclusive weekends include accommodations in a mountain cabin with wood-burning fireplace and a hot tub; gourmet meals and complimentary house wine and spirits; ranch activities; an artists’ welcome reception; a guided tour of the ranch’s art collection; and a farewell art exhibit. The weekends are priced from $2,100 to $3,435 per couple, inclusive of all meals, beverages and on-ranch activities.

The nine featured artists include Carol Hagan, Brent Cotton and Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey (Oct. 7-10), Julie Jeppsen, Joe Kronenberg and Graham Flatt (Oct. 14-17), and Greg Kelsey, H. Steve Oiestad and Jean Richardson (Oct. 21-24).

Award-winning photographer Stoecklein will lead the David Stoecklein Photography Weekend, where guests will work alongside the photographer to refine their technique, trade ideas and opinions and gain inspiration from new subject matter and the scenic surroundings of the Bitterroot Valley. This two-day workshop, taking place Oct. 28-31, is priced at $1,500 per person. Luxurious mountain cabin accommodations start at $650 per couple, per night, and include all meals, beverages and ranch activities.
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