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inspired by nature

March 20, 2013

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Honeysuckle. Spider lilies. Sweet gum balls. These native plants and others are found in Rachel Brown Fowler’s backyard in Columbiana, Ala. They also inspire her printmaking.

In Fowler’s India ink botanicals, caladiums and fan-shaped gingko leaves are popular with art and nature lovers.

The botanicals are individually drawn, not printed, on 100 percent cotton paper. The black and white contrast of the prints highlights the graphic shape of the leaf, fruit or seed. Priced from $750 to $1,250, the unframed prints measure 22 inches by 30 inches.

The award-winning print maker also offers signed and numbered silk screen and lithographs ($750 to $1,250 for 22 inches by 30 inches) of dandelions, pine, cattails, “whirlybirds” and feathers.

Visit For credit card orders, call 205-910-3567.

Fowler’s work can also be found at the Atchison Gallery in Birmingham’s Mountain Brook area.



turkey feathers and pine


From → art, furniture, gifts, home, paper

  1. Anonymous permalink

    These botanicals are gorgeous!! One of a kind type of find, sophisticated and clean. Any of these prints would add just the right original touch to a room. Rachel Brown Fowler is extemely talented, thank you for featuring her work.

  2. disuja123 permalink

    Wow so awesome decorative pictures with a very fine arts . Choose from our full suite of professional services, custom designed to reach your Atlanta Art Consulting Services
    firm advising on and procuring the most appropriate work for Hospital and corporate office …Thanks for sharing this nice collection.

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