Jenna Forest is a local pyrography (i.e. wood burning) artist and tradeswoman. Her wood inspirations began in Antarctica where she worked as a carpenter for The National Science Foundation. Instead of penguins and ice bergs, her art now reflects the rustic beauty of Montana and its wild inhabitants. From mountain landscapes to geometric bear and bison, she uses fire and heat to burn her designs--sometimes adding a splash of color to her work. All of her creations are made from local Montana wood and include: wall art, spoons, coasters, ornaments, jewelry, and more.
You can learn more about Jenna's work by visiting her website: