The Fairy Lady (me) has been having heaps of fun in Jane Davenport’s http://janedavenport.com online class, Joynal. We have been drawing fairies and creating a muse for our studios. Her classes are truly inspiring if ever oh ever you want to dive into drawing and painting.
For generations, the story of fairy life and lore has been told by those who witnessed or heard about it. Now, I am telling the true story, the story only a fairy can tell. Time has come to dispel the myths and reveal the truths of my people. I have been scribbling notes on every leaf, rock, and tree I can find. I will soon be sharing all of this, with you, dear reader…
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Sometimes fairies like to meet up with friends of other persuasions. I’ve been doing just that, and swimming with some wonderful mermaids lately. It’s been great fun taking Jane Davenport and Teesha Moore’s journaling class, “Mermaid Circus.” The theme, of course, is mermaids, and the techniques are beyond magic! Check out the fun at Jane’s site.
Saw the most darling little tutus and fairy wings for tiny fairy girls (and big ones, too) at Krugers Market on Sauvie Island this past weekend. Sharon of Tutus4baby was there selling her wares. She should be there next weekend as well – check her out on Facebook or for more info at firstname.lastname@example.org.