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Fairy Woodland

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First came a Fairy House. Everything else flowed from that. We created a habitat where our Fairy friends could live, close to us. The Fairies moved in and told us their stories. When we took photos of their habitats, the Fairies appeared in them, giving birth to the prints, calendars, and cards.

Every product in the Fairy Store is handmade in our workshop in Oregon, created with materials from nature, and designed to provide a real home to real Fairies.

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Life begins with an open and unlimited imagination. We invite you see with your imagination – and give yourself permission to believe what you see. The world is alive, Fairies are real, and they peek out at us from every Earth place that remembers the wild. Let the Fairies take your imagination by the hand and lead you to the threshold. On the other side, there is magic.

Golden Towers

 Golden Towers in  at Fairy Woodland
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Dimensions: 18 in X 12 in

Golden Towers by John Curtis Crawford

When golden towers rise suddenly from an idyllic meadow, there must be Fairy magic at work! The living stone of these towers was coaxed from the Earth by a shimmering, sun worshipping, golden haired sorceress, a legendary Fairy Princess, who chose to follow her passion for gold rather than settling down with a Fairy Prince. She revels in sunshine and lightning, grows sunflowers and buttercups, wears amber jewelry and a coronet of spun gold. Gold finches and orioles sing to her, golden fish swim in the castle ponds, and corn, of course, is her favorite food. In the late afternoons, as the sun sinks toward the horizon bathing the world in golden light, she sits atop the tallest tower, joyously lost in the beauty of the golden reflections all around her. She will keep the golden light through the night to bless her world with it again tomorrow.  

Medium: Photography/photoshop 

Poster: Acid free heavyweight paper
Shipped rolled in tube.  

Limited edition print: numbered and signed by the artist. Archival inks on lustro gloss
Includes separate card with story
Shipped flat



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