Jenny Lee Fowler
Jenny Lee Fowler is a freelance artist specializing in private commissions, illustration, exhibition, and instruction. She snips traditional freehand silhouette portraits and original paper cuttings with lively detail from forest, field, and folk. Jenny is a regular contributor to Taproot Magazine. Her work is mentioned via Design Sponge, Martha Stewart Living, House Beautiful, Better Homes and Gardens, Garden Design, NY Times and other print and online venues. She designed five of the Hudson Valley Seed Library's Art Packs, was the recipient of a Spring Creek Project Collaborative Retreat, and was an artist-in-residence for the grand opening of the Walkway Over the Hudson. Jenny has been teaching all ages in a variety of settings for over two decades. She currently runs Kitchen Table Arts, a workshop series that brings working artists to the table for diverse fine and folk art experiences with local youth. She is a graduate of Bard College (BA Anthropology, 2000).
Classes by this instructor
Capture the fleeting magic of woodland spring flowers with the delicate art of papercutting. You will learn basic papercutting techniques from silhouette artist Jenny Lee Fowler, whose work has been featured in Martha Stewart Living, House Beautiful and Better Homes and Gardens, and use her one-o more...
Use the ancient tradition of papercutting to "draw in silhouette" and celebrate the role of pollinators—birds, bats, beetles, bees, and butterflies—and their connections with plants. You will choose a pollinator and plant pairing to inspire your own original design that you will turn more...