Handcrafted corn-shuck figure by Anne Freels of Clinton, Tennessee.
Anne's love of the natural world around her inspires her creations, whether it's in the materials she uses, or in the message behind each piece.
She writes of the Woodswoman: "She is of the earth and lives the threefold way; your deeds will come back to you three times as strong, so intend no harm. She carries gifts from the mountains and the sea on her back, and dons a milagro necklace to help her on her healing journey."
Handmade with natural hand-dyed corn-shucks, wool fleece and feathers; Carries a pack full of dried plants and sea shells.
Approximately 10 1/2 inches tall.
Artist statement included.