Archive for September, 2009
October Spiritually uplifting Events
Posted: Sunday, September 27th, 2009
NOT TO BE MISSED events in October in Magical Albion the home of Celtic and Faery Folklore. Both events close on the mystical Ley lines and Tors.
The Avalon Faery Ball in Glastonbury and the Annual Faery Ball at the Acorn Theatre in Penzance Cornwall, supported by renowned artists and performers, with art events.
Ora Nepe a message for Myrea
Posted: Saturday, September 26th, 2009
This is so weird. I lost my background page on my desktop which was of Dolphins, I accidentally deleted it. And thought I’d change it to Fairy pictures. Then I stumbled onto the Ora Moon picture’s which is so weird cause my name is Ora and my middle name is Marama which is translated into English is the Moon how weird is that, I couldn’t believe it when I found the site freaky. Well I just wanted to share that with you keep up the good work take care now and thanks.
Ora Nepe (e.mail address withheld)
The Dark Angel
Posted: Thursday, September 17th, 2009
Carri Keill from Nelson, New Zealand, designer of unique dresses and gowns for special occasions, sold worldwide through her on line shop, ‘The Dark Angel, created this exquisite Fairy Dress for Myrea Pettit to wear on London’s Fourth Plinth Art exhibition. A one hour catwalk to share and match with Myrea’s art and her picture ‘The Messenger’ capturing the magic through a child’s eyes with the first connection seeing fairies and fantasy for the first time and the spiritual energy to ‘Believe’
See this editorial from Nelson New Zealand here Once there was an Angel
Fairy Tops The National Gallery
Posted: Wednesday, September 9th, 2009
Myrea Pettit Author and Artist of Flowers Fairies Butterflies and a Dodo flies the flag for Art as she stands proudly on the Fourth Plinth Antony Gormley Art Project in Londons Trafalgar Square Tuesday 8 September 2009.
Her theme was her ‘Messenger’ picture, featuring the eyes of childhood innocence and the first spiritual connection with Earth energies of Fairy. Her wings designed by herself and printed by Digetex UK , her dress designed by Carri Keill of The Dark Angel, Nelson, New Zealand. Sponsored by Fae Magazine.
You can see Myrea’s 60 minutes as a Fourth Plinther here.
Fairies in London
Posted: Monday, September 7th, 2009
Centuries of traditional British and Celtic folklore that has influenced generations of families will be celebrated with a real Fairy of the Fourth Plinth. Myrea Pettit renowned as one of the world finest detailed artists of the little people will represent not just herself but the strength of British fairy, Angel, and healing Art, which reaches a worldwide audience and artists of like mind whose talent and reputation is a shared interest. “It is important that I project with this Antony Gormley Art project that our folklore is a strong as it ever was and is a cultural heritage which is a mystical treasure, for visitors to the UK.”
Carri Keill-The Dark Angel-Nelson-New Zealand
Posted: Sunday, September 6th, 2009
Carri Keill dress designer extraordinaire, has from her home in Nelson New Zealand, designed Myrea Pettit’s Fairy Dress for when she stands on London’s Fourth Plinth, Antony Gormley Art Project in conjuction with Sky Arts
Tuesday 8th September 11:00-Noon
Carri Keill can be contacted here
The Fourth Plinth with Myrea Pettit
Posted: Sunday, September 6th, 2009
Myrea Pettit will light up London’s Trafalgar Square when she represents herself, British Folklore and the Celtic Legends of Avalon with her Art. Said Myrea “I could not have done this without the help of so many lovers of the Fae particularly Karen Kay of Fairy and Enchantment Magazine, my husband and my many British Artist friends, for whom our folklore is so important, and for it to continue to be recognised Worldwide by the Art establishment into the Third millennium as one of the mystical charms of British Cultural Heritage