Rumours of a Government ban on fairies continues to circulate in UK. A spokesman for the fairy community insisted that this will have no effect on all the planned Spring Fairy Festivals and that the Midsummer Three Wishes Festival will take place June 20th-23rd on Bodmin Moor as planned as will the Famous Fairy Ball at the Acorn Theatre in Penzance Cornwall Friday 24th October 2008.
Archive for March, 2008
Posted: Thursday, March 27th, 2008
Posted: Wednesday, March 19th, 2008
MU Magazine Japan’s largest circulation Super Mystery Magazine April edition just published with a three page article about Myrea and her ability to capture the wonderful little people she sees to draw and paint them, her love of nature, flowers fairies and butterflies and her call for environmental awareness through her art. Visitors from Japan are welcome to Fairiesworld and the wonderful work of artists worldwide.
Posted: Thursday, March 6th, 2008
A Hug for my Prince
The latest delightful painting in the series of environmental and conservational fairies from fairy artist Myrea Pettit. The ever open arms of ‘Charity’ hug one of the worlds most colorful characters, the blue poison dart frog which is a relic species living in a few isolated patches of relic rainforest habitat and getting its name from the toxic secretions used by the indigenous tribes used to coat their blowpipe darts hunting for food. According to the Global Amphibian Assessment, around 28% of 234 known species of poison dart frogs are now threatened with extinction.
Fairy Charity extends to all living creatures creating awareness for the protection of the flora and fauna so these endangered creatures and many others may continue to florish and share our world.
Poison Dart Frogs – True Jewels of the Rainforest
Poison dart frogs are probably some of the most amazing and brightly coloured rainforest animals. This colorful frog was not even discovered until 1968!