Georgia Rowswell

Georgia has been working as a self-employed artist for decades. "I come from an extended family of self-starters and entrepreneurs. My dad owned a lumberyard, built his homes and was always working on something. My mother taught me many of the textile arts that instilled in me a love of all things fabric."

Georgia has a studio in downtown Cheyenne and uses discarded clothing to make her work. Her focus is on Western landscape, geology and working in an ecologically friendly fashion. When she isn't in her studio she is helping with the Rawhide Studio website and basically organizing Dave, her talented but absent-minded professor.

If you would like to see more of Georgia's work please visit her website at

Gillette Wyoming landscape made with discarded clothing

Hot Yellowstone #6 at Ivenson Hospital in Laramie WY