March 13, 2018
Like much of this beautiful state we are so lucky to inhabit, the Tippet Rise ranch is home to an abundance of native plants and wildflowers, extraordinary wildlife, and bucolic herds of cattle and sheep. One difference between the art center’s 10,000-plus acres and the land that surrounds us is sculpture: scattered across the Tippet Rise landscape are eight mammoth works of art created by some of the world’s most celebrated artists and architects, including Stephen Talasnik, Mark di Suvero and Alexander Calder.
Tours of these sculptures, which are nestled into canyons and poised atop knolls, can be taken by art center van, foot and bicycle. The tour season begins on Friday, June 29 and ends in mid-September. Tour registration opens here, on the Tippet Rise website, on Wednesday, March 14.
To learn more about the sculptures that add such a fascinating dimension to the land, and to read about the people who made them, click on “Art” in the upper right-hand corner of this page. For more information about sculpture tours, and to register, please click on the link below.