Welcome to Our Heritage Guest Ranch and High Plains Homestead’s first annual Artist Workshop and Photoshoot. We are teaming up to offer this amazing opportunity for artists of all levels and media to be immersed in our under explored landscape. You will have the opportunity to spend two plus days in guided and private exploration on Our Heritage Guest Ranch’s amazing, diverse landscapes, and at the High Plains Homestead’s furnished Frontier Village. Our ranches add visual options and our models include authentic cowboys or settlers, horses, buffalo, donkeys, cattle and more. The option to ride into our private wilderness in an 1880’s Stage Coach, with chuck wagon dinner included, will allow you to capture our unspoiled natural beauty, all bringing to mind the imagery of works by Russell. Check our websites to familiarize yourselves with our lodging and properties. www.highplainshomestead.com
Workshop dates: July 8-July 11, 2020. Check in by 4:00 for dinner and time to set up to view a sunset and night sky to stir your palette and imagination for what is to come. Check out: 10:00 Saturday, leaving time to take in the visual wonder of Fur Trade Days in Chadron, NE
Lodging: $60+tax per/night, dorm style, linens provided, shared bathroom. All rooms have a fridge, microwave and coffee maker. If you have a room or roommate preference, please let us know when you register. Lodging is first come first served. Please make your lodging reservations by May 10, 2020.
Meals will be provided for $12.50+tax per meal, up to 7 meals, water/tea/coffee included. No alcohol provided. BYOB welcome.
Guided visual experiences led by local artists in residence to destination locations; $150+tax (no tips please) or, $75+tax a day for interested artists not lodging with us. (Meal rate applies) Local gallery contact available for display/sale.
Stage Coach Ride and Chuck Wagon; $75+tax limit 8 people. $50+tax for Chuck Wagon only (Brisket, Ranch Beans, Baked Potato, Salad, Sourdough Bread and Apple Cake, Water/Tea) Our stage and drivers become period models while preparing your meal over the campfire in traditional Cast Iron cookware near a sod house. A living canvas experience!
Our Heritage Guest Ranch: as seen in Forbes Magazines “top 8 places” and Lonely Planet magazines “best places to visit”; 11 beds available in 2 barn apartments, one with 5 beds, one with 3 beds, plus a private two bedroom house with 3 beds. All lodging options have full baths.
High Plains Homestead and Frontier Village/Mercantile; 22 beds available; I single room, 3 rooms with 1 queen and a bunk bed, 2 rooms with 2 full beds and a bunk bed and a private 2 bedroom house with 4 beds. All rooms have private baths. Mercantile will be open for your shopping enjoyment.
All reservations are by phone ONLY. There is no online booking for this workshop. Online pricing/options do not apply to this workshop. A non-refundable $60 deposit is due with reservation. Our Heritage Guest Ranch; 308-430-1239. High Plains Homestead; 308-665-2592
All applicable written or posted or stated policies and rules apply to all guests on our properties.
If this workshop fills we plan to open a second opportunity July 31-Aug 3, 2020