"Sculptor Ellen Jewett, a self-described natural history surrealist, has created a gorgeous line of handmade surreal animal sculptures that reflect a strong element of realism that bring forth the artist’s background in anthropology, biology, and medical illustration. Jewett says that her inspiration is “…derived from animal physiology and a love of the fantastic, grotesque and absurd,” a combination that makes each piece “unique and personable.”"
British writer. Besieged by a condition likely to be bipolar depression, she swung from mania to deep depression. However, her ambition to write helped her overcome the bouts. She & her husband, Leonard, founded Horgarth Press, became publishers and were influential in the writing world of her time. She died in 1941 by drowning herself. She dreaded another bout of mental breakdown.