During my thru-hike of the Colorado Trail, Georgia Pass filled me with awe. I’d camped just below treeline the night before, and I woke up to a chilly, icy morning. As I ascended the Pass, the rising sun made the frozen vegetation sparkle and highlighted Mount Guyot, which rose dramatically along the Continental Divide.
In this felting, I sought to capture the rugged beauty of Georgia Pass. Giant Mount Guyot forms the backdrop of the scene, a sharp, rocky mountain adorned with patches of greenery. Wispy clouds spread across the blue sky of a morning in the Rockies. In the foreground is a weathered Colorado Trail marker.
“Georgia Pass” measures 20″x16” and has been professionally framed in a rustic wooden frame. It is signed, and a sticker on the back provides the felting’s title and year of completion.
20"x16" needle-felted, 100% wool landscape in a rustic wooden frame.