The Teardrop trailer was packed full with Dave's Rawhide jewelry supplies, my How is it Possible project and other essentials like food, clothing and fishing gear. We left Cheyenne for the five hour trip to the Reservation and the 307 Makerspace the first week in August. Dave planned to develop some new designs for his jewelry line that he could cut on the laser. My plan was to work on my project and find folks to collaborate with. A bonus I didn't expect was the long hallway in the building that houses the Makerspace and the University of Wyoming Extension office. It allowed me to photograph all the strips laid out end to end and to get a feeling for what the finished project would look like ( I still need to add the black boarders to create a finished look). Dave took enough pictures of me strolling down the artwork so I could make a GIF image of it ( my first attempt at this ).We both got a lot of good work done in between trips to Lander for ice cream, and a hike out to the beautiful reservoir to watch the sunset while roasting hot dogs over a driftwood fire. Success!
Georgia Rowswell is a mixed media artist living and working in Cheyenne WY.