Two weeks ago I packed the Prius to the gills with supplies for my residency in Conifer CO. My bedroom and studio view has been of pine and aspen covered hills but the work I had planned for this time was going to be about a much different landscape. I Can See for Miles, is a new series about the vast, open, sparsely treed and populated areas of Wyoming. The quiet and solitude during my MAP residency allowed me to get two landscapes finished. Each one took between 30 and 35 hours to complete so I think I did well to get two finished. They will be on display for the first time tonight, August 31st at the Next Gallery on W. Colfax in Denver CO. If you are in Denver stop Next Gallery from 6-10 for the opening reception which will also include the work of fellow residents, Betsy Rudolph, Sonja Lujan, and Karen Bennett.
Georgia Rowswell is a mixed media artist living and working in Cheyenne WY.