Category Archives: Georgia’s Art

Goin’ to Jackson! Oh Yeah!

I am proud to announce that I was one of the top 12 finalists for a residency at the Teton Art Lab Although I could have got on the waiting list for a Summer spot I elected to go in … Continue reading

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Earring inspiration

The one piece of jewelry I always wear are earrings. I have meet women who ended up becoming friends when I said, ” I really like your earrings”! Last month we went to Santa Fe and I purchased a pair … Continue reading

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Union Pacific Roundhouse

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When we first moved to Cheyenne, Dave and I took the Union Pacific roundhouse tour lead by retired engineer Lynn Nystrom. Clad in his denim overalls, Lynn guided us through the guts of the repair shop, next to the yard … Continue reading

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Drift

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These three pieces are the first in a series I intend to explore further. I began saving the construction and design details from the jeans and denim clothing I was cutting up for the Empty Spaces series. There were some … Continue reading

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Empty Spaces- Hot Yellowstone #3

Despite a few glitches with the Empty Spaces series that involved tearing off several layers of the upper left hand map, work is progressing. With the map in a drying stage,¬† I have¬† started #3 of the Hot Yellowstone series … Continue reading

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Hot Yellowstone #2

I finally finished Hot Yellowstone #2. Just in time too, I am packing and preparing to go to Brush Creek for my residency on Monday. My studio is actually looking clean now that a lot of my supplies are in … Continue reading

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So…what is it?

I went to my favorite thrift store on the South side of Cheyenne this afternoon and found a great mystery box! I often use found boxes and drawers to contain my compressed fabric pieces because they add a certain quality … Continue reading

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