A fairytale success for Michael Ellis MP as he gains and wins the Northampton North constituency in the UK General Election with a 6.9% swing and a majority of 1936. Congratulations to Michael and to all his supporting team for this resounding confidence from fairy artist MP- Myrea Pettit.
Posted: Friday, May 7th, 2010
Posted: Friday, May 7th, 2010
Chris Down will be having an exhibition of his fantasy art at the Moontree gallery in Boscombe from 29th May until 24th June 2010. There will be a wide variety of framed pictures, originals, limited editions prints and open edition prints. Chris’s work comprises painted, pencil, pen and ink and has appeared in over 40 books. Among those are his Celtic and Fantasy titles in the Crafters Design Library series which have been published in English, American, French, German, Russian and Chinese editions gaining his work an international audience. Launch day for the exhibition is Saturday 29th May and Chris will be there all day from 10am until 5.30pm.
Posted: Monday, May 3rd, 2010
Eric Pickles The Conservative Party Chairman, visiting prospective conservative candidate Michael Ellis for Northampton North congratulates Elle Riché who with her Conservative team at Northampton High School won last weeks mock elections Conservative taking 50%, Liberal Democrats 31%, Labour 19% of the vote.
Posted: Wednesday, March 17th, 2010
The largest collection of Spirit of Imagination Original art of World Famous Artist Josephine Wall, opens 26 March 2010 in her own gallery in the UK’s most fashionable south coast town of Poole, a favorite place for sailing and yachting and close to Bournemouth and the Jurassic Coast of Dorset. Josephine’s art is is collected world wide, and a particular favorite of collectors in the United States and Canada. Visitors are welcome to view originals, Limited edition giclee prints , figurines, mini prints, cards, jigsaw puzzles and more.
Josephine Wall Gallery
121-123 Penn Hill Avenue Poole Dorset BH14 9LY
Tel 44 (0)1202 739169
Posted: Sunday, February 7th, 2010
Myrea Pettit contemporary and surreal artist of flowers fairies and butterflies and a Dodo reaches a new milestone in her career as she turns forty years old this week.
“I think I’ll stay at 39 or less, I feel good, work out every day, eat healthily and now my children are grown up I will devote much more time to my illustrative and creative art creating awareness of the needs to protect nature and the environment.
Happy Birthday Myrea!
Posted: Friday, February 5th, 2010
Advance preview of the 2011 Faeryland Calendar available at the end of June this collectors calendar full of the connections and energies of visionary artists Jessica Galbreth, Stephanie Pui-Mun Law, Josephine Wall, Ora moon, Nadezhda Strelkina, Myrea Pettit and Sarah Pauline. It can be ordered direct exclusively from Barnes and Noble in USA and Canada.
Posted: Tuesday, January 26th, 2010
New book advance release details Fantasy Art Collection here an extraordinary compilation of contemporary artists, their art, life, and working ethics. Pre order your copies now from Pure Inspiration
Posted: Friday, January 22nd, 2010
The *NEW* Penzance Faery Ball, Friday 27th August 2010, at the Acorn, Penzance, Cornwall. Contact organisers office by e.mail or call. The excitement of the Faery Ball is Cornwall’s major attraction and the call to Fae Worldwide to share the magical connection of this unique experience.
Posted: Thursday, January 21st, 2010
REWARD FRED – FIND HAROLD GAGE ARTIST – and enlighten us all, thanks Myrea.
I have an original work by an artist named Harold Gage. It was done in the mid to early 1920’s. My Grandfather worked for a company named Thomas Cook and Sons that dealt with travel. He came to know Harold Gage through his work. Mr. Gage gave my grandfather a painting that was to be used as the design for a children’s book by an author named Abbie Phillips Walker. The title which is included in the painting is Sandman’s Stories of Drusilla Doll. Can you tell me anything about this artist?
Layfayette, OR USA
Thankyou for your reply. I would appreciate you putting this on your weblog. I saw Harold Gage’s name as the result of a Google search for something else completely unrelated. It was the only other reference to his name other than my picture that I’ve ever seen. When my son next visits, I’ll have him take a picture of the picture and send you a copy. Thanks again for your help.
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Posted: Tuesday, December 15th, 2009
“I do so want this very rare book A Day in Fairyland in English first published in 1947 sold worldwide and never republished, It is now a very collectible iconic post war children’s book, illustrated by Ann Mari Sjogren a must have for fairy lovers.”
“Please Santa please”, love Storme xxxx