Cyclone Person

by Jenna Kass

Done for the Month of Fear 2017 challenge, “Howl”. 

Cyclone Person is a storm spirit of the Shawnee and Lenape tribes. While some tribes identified Cyclone Person as variously male or female, it is possible that they were originally not anthropomorphized at all, and was genderless. Cyclone Person was not malevolent, though; they would never intentionally harm a Shawnee, the tribe maintained.

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Jenna Kass is a New York City native who graduated from the School of Visual Arts with a BFA in Illustration. She works primarily with pencil and graphite powder, building up layers of light and shadow to balance subtlety and intense emotion within each piece.