We are all feeling the pull towards home and our everyday lives but also savoring our final days at Brush Creek. Today I finished Hot Yellowstone #13. That makes two major pieces completed. I also started research and sketches for a piece I want to do about Turitella agate. Created from the fossil remains of a now extinct, fresh-water mollusk, the rock has a complex and beautiful patterning that I love. What's hard to fathom is that much of Wyoming was underwater, creating these types of fossils for us to find and marvel at. Wild!
Part of savoring the last days is making sure I get out for a walk everyday this week to drink in Brush Creek's vistas! The image above was taken just up the hill from my studio as dusk approached. Quiet beauty wrapped in a blanket of snow.
Georgia Rowswell is a mixed media artist living and working in Cheyenne WY.