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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.

Fine Art Print: "Winter Vale"

 Fine Art Print:
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Dimensions: 12 in x 13 in

The process of creating these prints began with a question: “What might I see if I were an Otherworld being whose eyes could assemble “reality” in a more complex fashion?” Using his digital SLR camera and Photoshop CS4, John Crawford has developed a unique and dynamic process of “seeing” the natural world – and discovering the creatures of that world who look back at us.

Each print begins as a single photograph, taken in nature by the artist, then used as the palate for creating the print. There is no modification or distortion of the original photograph. All of the elements used are fragments from the original picture, rendered in Photoshop.

The process involves looking at the original image, copying it, then reversing, reassembling and editing the image following the energies that appear. The various component fragments are kept as individual layers and manipulated such that one layer can be seen through another. The coloration is a result of filtering this layering process. In the compositing process,

John looks for the faces and energies that look back at him and call him deeper into the essential aspects of the subject. These creatures and energies become his muse and his guides and the process becomes one of discovery more than creation. Each print becomes a meeting of the minds of all that is alive but hidden within the scene originally captured by his camera’s lens.

Signed and numbered print. Archival ink and paper.
Actual print size will vary due to the aspect to size ratio.
Shipping shown is for 12 x 12. Larger sizes require additional shipping.



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