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 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.


The Grand Hotel

 The Grand Hotel in Posters at Fairy Woodland
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Dimensions: 18 in X 12 in

The Grand Hotel by John Curtis Crawford

The afternoon games are about to begin. Twenty Fairies, each paired with a shimmering dragonfly, are gathered at the edge of the lawn in front of the resort hotel waiting for the Meadowlark to whistle the start of the Dragonfly Darting competition. Each day brings a new tournament. Other favorites this season are Water Bug Walking, Leaf Floating,and Summer Breeze Riding. Honeysuckle sniffing is everyone's favorite and most vacationing Fairies participate. The prize goes to whoever can sniff the most blossoms without passing into an overloaded dream state. This is a rest and rejuvination site for Fairies from all over the realm, a gracious, cozy, hotel in a lovely meadow, surrounded by woods, with a river singing its way through the scene. In the evening, when the fireflies come out and the harps and flutes begin their song, the events of the day are recounted in all their glory over succulent fruits and aged wine while the stars send sparkling dust to celebrate the occasion.

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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