Race series results
The Snowmass Village Race Series is open to the public and takes place every Wednesday on the NASTAR course. Results from the Feb. 24 race are below. Results show time and medals won based on the NASTAR handicap system.
Emilie L Tait-Jam 29.19 Platinum
Danisa Guardatti 31.93 Silver
Leah Nakamoto 32.39 Silver
Oliver G Umpleby 28.03 Platinum
Kevin M Jordan 28.44 Gold
Ewan Maisey 30.77 Silver
Ryan M Shea 31 Silver
Tony R Lizotte 31.42 Gold
Marc L Fernandes 31.43 Silver
Denny Ives 32.81 Silver
Jonathan Swartzwelter 35.27 Bronze
Gregory J. Hall 37.83 Bronze
Mark Thompson 38.04 Bronze
John Verderame 40.57
Steve Benko 42.45
Dave Parrish 43.05
Dan Palmer 50.2 Bronze
Mats H Cooper 51.04
Anderson Ranch announces next exhibit, arts awards
Anderson Ranch Arts Center will present a solo exhibition of new works by Nashville-based artist Alex Blau entitled “Rainbowhead,” starting March 7.
The exhibition features 16 paintings on view at the Patton-Malott Gallery at Anderson Ranch through April 1. The public is invited to an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. March 8.
“Rainbowhead” is Blau’s first solo exhibition with Anderson Ranch. A culmination of experiments Blau has been working on for some time, “Rainbowhead” presents a departure of sorts: the materials are consistent with her work over the last 20 years, but the method and touch are completely new, said a statement from the Ranch. All paintings are made with acrylic and water-based airbrush paint, and range in size from 10 by 10 inches up to 36 by 36 inches.
Blau has shown in group shows during previous experiences living and working at Anderson Ranch. Her history with the Ranch dates back to 1995 when she worked as a painting intern. Most recently, she taught a workshop in 2015.
“It is an honor for me to show at the Patton-Malott Gallery at Anderson Ranch,” Blau said. “There’s a lot of history there, and it is humbling to join the ranks of artists who have shown at the gallery. While I have a gallery in Nashville, it is important that this is brand new work debuts at the Ranch.”
Anderson Ranch Arts Center will honor multimedia artist and photographer Carrie Mae Weems with its National Artist Award this summer, the Snowmass Village nonprofit announced Feb. 24. Tom Ford International founder Domenico De Sole and wife Eleanore De Sole will receive the Ranch’s Service to the Arts Award for their championing of the arts.
Both awards will be presented at Anderson Ranch’s Gala Recognition Dinner on July 21, as the Ranch celebrates its 50th anniversary.
For more information, visit http://www.andersonranch.org.
Snowmass Village retailers combined to generate $2.2 million in revenue in July, which translated to $247,891 in sales tax collections for the town’s general fund, according to the latest tax report available.
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