Lorri Acott-Fowler is a high school art teacher and sculptor currently represented
in six galleries around the United States. Articles in Sculptural Pursuit Magazine
and Pottery making illustrated have featured Lorri's unique sculpting techniques.
Lorri's sculptures are collected by art lovers as far away as The Netherlands,
South Africa, and Japan, and are permanently on the set of the television program
"Brothers and Sisters" as well as being used on other television shows,
movies and commercials.
Lorri is also the visionary and creator of the powerful "Women with Wings"
project, a woman's sculptural project that has worked with over 400 women in the
pilot project, with plans to work with women and encourage women's voices around
the world. The website for this project is:
"Sculpture has become my voice, speaking the thoughts and feelings that come
from the recesses of my soul. Unexpectedly, new sculptures emerge, whispering
that which I have been waiting to understand. Now I see others hearing the whispers
as well; listening to what the sculptures have to say to them; the ideas to be
sparked, the understandings to be gained. In this way, these sculptures have become
not about me at all, but a piece of the story belonging to each person who views
view all the sculptures visit
Lorri's gallery here:
or visit the
Women With Wings Project here