Forest Rogers, an American artist, derives inspiration for her delicate and whimsical surrealistic sculptures of magical beings from Western and Eastern mythology and mystical creatures.
Most mornings, I sit in a coffee shop, watch pigeons dance and peck, and begin scribbling, generally with a ballpoint pen on a pad of mid-weight tracing paper. There are enough ideas bouncing around in my head to last the rest of my life. They change as I scribble. As a form of meditation, I sketch the same subject repeatedly. These sketches are quite loose. When I go to sculpt, I have more freedom since the piece may talk back to me and evolve. I normally build the being’s head after the drawing stage. For more Info. Wesbite, facebook. instagram.com