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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.

Fairy Store

Life begins with an open and unlimited imagination. We invite you see with your imagination Ė 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.

Posters

Somewhere Over The Rainbow

 Somewhere Over The Rainbow in Posters at Fairy Woodland
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Dimensions: 18 in X 12 in

Somewhere Over the Rainbow by John Curtis Crawford

As the last rays of light play with the clouds before settling down for the night, a troupe of Fairies skim the rooftop, trailing trains of color in their wake. The Rainbow Clan Fairies are finished with their work for the day. There are no more rays of sun to bend inside raindrops, no more light with which to paint the sky, so now they can rest and play and recharge their colors from the magical rainbows dancing inside the house. This is the home of rainbows, as well as of Rainbow Clan Fairies, the birthplace of the colors that make up the awe and hope inspiring arc we see in the sky when the rain has passed. Every shade, every hue, of the rainbow, is born here and the Fairies dance and bathe in the colors until they are once again filled with the beautiful light with which they touch they earth and sky each day. As the Fairies drift through the front door, their friend the bluebird settles into his cozy house on the roof, a reminder that there is always magic over the rainbow.

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 glos
Includes separate card with story
Shipped flat

 



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