This exclusive and very collectable calendar showing the art of the world's foremost Faery contemporary artists was such a success in 2009, 2010 and 2011 that it sold out early. To save disappointment we present now the opportunity to purchase early your calendar requirements for 2012. Below is a preview of the calendar, all copyright references shown are not printed on the actual individual calendar pictures and therefore make this publication very collectible with its pictures for framing later.
Ian Daniels explores themes such as earth and spirit, dreams and memory, myths and folk tales, ghosts and the gothic in his extraordinary enchanted art. Faeries, vampires and mythological figures are all beautifully executed in a range of mediums, including oil and watercolor.
Selina Fenech began as a child to create artworks of her own ideas of fantasy inspired by the illustrations in her fairytale books. She grew up continually trying to improve her art and create that same magical feel and sense of adventure she knew as a child.
Jessica Galbreth is celebrated for her ability to capture the haunting and often mysterious beauty of faeries and angels. Each of her visions, brought to life on paper, has a personality of its own.
Daniel Merriam's paintings are dreams in full color that invite the viewer to join a journey into the imagination, where the worlds of reality and fantasy collide in an explosion of shades, shapes, and symbolism.
Stephanie Pui-Mun Law is inspired by mythology, legend, and folklore. She has also been greatly influenced by the art of the Impressionists and the Surrealists. Stephanie conveys with her art not simply fantasy, but the fantastic, the sense of wonder, and that which is sacred.
Josephine Wall has had a passion for light and color, fantasy and visual storytelling since she was a child. She is influenced by the illustrative talents of Arthur Rackham, the romanticism of the Pre-Raphaelites, and the surrealism of Magritte and Dalí.