Patti Pierson - November Featured Artist
Judy West - Judy West makes quilts.
Western Skies - Goat milk soap and lotion
Lewana and Tim West
Tim and I live a rancher's life, in what I call NO MAN'S LAND, which is halfway between Chugwater and Wheatland. I always have a project to work on and like most quilters, I have to many unfinished projects.
Twisted Scraps was created in 2011 because every quilter has an over abundance supply of fabric scraps from past quilt projects. It started as a way to use up my boat load of scraps and grew into an obsession. It allows me to have immediate satisfaction, unlike quilting, with a quick turn around. Tim is wonderful, and does my horn projects alongside his busy schedule. We are always looking for new projects and help each other out on creative ideas.
I have my products at the Chugwater Soda Fountain, Buffalo Grill, Stage Stop in Chugwater.
Underwood flowers, and Rocky Mountain Guns in Cheyenne.
Call me for any special orders. 307-422-3414 or 307-630-3999. Our hours are Monday thur Saturday all day, and closed on Sundays. Or visit our new website at www.countrygirlsembroidery.com.
Tricia Sagner is a Wyoming born and raised artist, with a passion for ranching and an eye for the beauty of the outdoors. She is a 5th generation rancher west of Chugwater, Wyoming on a family operation with her parents, husband, and two darling daughters. Wyoming through-and-through, Tricia graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science.
Tricia's dad bought her first film SLR camera during her freshman year of college. Her inspiration for photography has since bloomed. She shared her interest with her dad, Rodger, and has pursued her formal education by completing the New York Institute of Photography's Complete Course in Professional Photography. Tricia is most passionate about capturing Nature and Landscapes, as well as Rural Life through her photographs. To achieve her favorite look, Tricia incorporates HDR photography techniques in some of her most captivating nature and landscape photographs.
Tricia has been producing high quality pieces of art for the past 18 years. Her photographs have been published in the Wyoming Business Council Agriculture calendar for three consecutive years. Tricia and her family ranch were highlighted in Working Ranch Magazine while using all of her own original photography to accompany the article. She continues to be a regular contributing photographer for their publication. In the past two years, Tricia has been awarded the Champion Photography and Best of Show in Fine Arts at the Platte County Fair.
She really admires the work of photographers Ansel Adams and David Stoecklein. Tricia's dream is to one day publish a coffee table book featuring photographs of remaining standing Southeast Wyoming Homesteads.