artist, jenny lee fowler, says so much with her small, silent silhouettes. she carefully observes her subjects and intricately carves each piece by hand into delicate objects such as leaves, bark, and paper. her talent flourished from a ritual in which she cut a snowflake each time it snowed. my favorite snowflakes are watering together and circle of family. favorite portraits include mystery silhouette 13—i especially love the curved stem—and the lovely rings on mom. fowler creates these charming pieces on a small farm with her family in the hudson river valley—here’s a peek at her wonderful studio!
orange is bristle and wing | birch is a palette | red is to flock to | green is found | black is a hammer i swing every day