Creative Arts at Sunrise Ranch will free the spirit and nourish the soul. Every person has their own song to sing and their own story to tell. And everyone has their own unique way of expressing themselves.
Master facilitators and teachers assist you to unlock and express your own artistic gifts. Let your creative spirit out to play – through dance, chant, drumming, and all the arts. You can plan a retreat to quilt, scrapbook or paint beautiful scenery. Or enjoy the personal meditation and self reflection that comes with a journaling workshop or a painting class. You have a chance to create and share with artists-in-residence and with gifted artists from around the world.
Fine Arts Program at Sunrise Ranch
The Fine Arts Program that frees the spirit and lifts the soul is alive and well at Sunrise Ranch. “Expanding Vision Through Creative Expression” will teach beginners and experts alike the process and techniques for creating expressive works of art.
With a newly renovated building created as an art studio for this program, Sunrise Ranch has decreed “Studio A” as a home in which “the arts” can be birthed in a sacred space.
Classes are held on Mondays and Thursdays from 7-9:30 p.m. and plein air classes are held on Saturdays 9-12pm and 1-3pm. These classes are led by Bob Ewing, Sunrise Artist-in-Residence, as well as local professional artist Dave Holman.
For further information and if you have questions, please contact: Bob Ewing (970) 443-4402 or Dave Holman (970) 391-0982. You can also e-mail Bob Ewing at
The Dome auditorium at Sunrise Ranch is a venue for soulful, acoustic music that lifts the spirit. The Dome is a unique, 400-seat concert venue with great acoustics and a state-of-the art sound system. It has an intimate feel without a bad seat in the house. World-recognized artists and fresh local talent perform at the Sunrise Ranch Concert Series in the Dome, presenting music across many genres. Musicians such as Shakuhachi flute grand master, Riley Lee, Grammy award-nominated acoustic blues artist, Ruthie Foster, Fort Collins folk singer, Liz Barnez and many others are finding the Dome an exciting place to perform. For people in northern Colorado, the Dome is a great concert space for live, acoustic music.
The Creative Arts also bring healing to the heart and to the spirit. For more than fifteen years, Sunrise Ranch has hosted chant master Jonathan Goldman and the annual Healing Sounds Intensive. For nine days each August, people from all over the world explore the healing power of sound and music. And there are many other opportunities for people to experience healing and renewal through the arts.