Fictional phantasms and cryptozoological creations; A selection of works drawn from mythology, folklore, and an active imagination. Brewer's visionary reveries of fur and flesh introduced the world to this new genre of sculpture in 2005 when her taxidermy sculpture titled Goth Griffin was featured on the front page of The New York Times art section in conjunction with the world's very first Rogue Taxidermy art exhibition. The show was orchestrated by Brewer and two colleagues and the subsequent media attention it attracted became the catalyst for what has become known as the Rogue Taxidermy Art Movement. In addition to the fine art end of the taxidermy spectrum, the movement sparked interest in traditional taxidermy as well and marked the beginning of a taxidermy renaissance in North America.