Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Our Fairy Castle & other Art at Brooklyn Exhibit (More photos of Castle in next 2 posts!!)

Mike and I recently had our Fairy Castle (an amazing house made from nature, 2 1/2 feet tall) and other artwork in an exhibit in Brooklyn, New York. The first picture is of Mike and I with our Fairy Castle at the exhibit. The following four photographs are of our Fairy Castle (be sure to see the two following posts after this one that have many more pictures of the Fairy Castle!!!) Next photo is of Mike's sculptures: "The Soccer Rabbit", "The Director, Daughter" (sold), "Ciero and his little Blue Plane" and "The Travelers". These pieces are made from papier' mache', cardboard, clay and acrylic. The next photo is of the group of pieces from the exhibit, little fairy furniture and characters made from natural and found materials), followed by a detail of that photo./ The following pictures are of each piece individually: "The Woman from the Sea who Lived in the City", "Bathtub for a Forest Elf", "The Tiniest Little Room", "Orin the Orator", "Dressing Table for a Princess", "The Happy Prince's Throne", "Tiny Hobbit Scene", "The Wisp of the Forest", "Mossman", "Throne for the Tallest Elf", "The Smiling Giraffe", "Rueben the Reader", "Hearts and Woven Dreams", "The Winged Dog", "Tiny Bed for a Fairy Princess", "Ivarcinsky the Inventor", "Sunny", "Arnold the Assistant", "Randolph the Russian Dancer & his Son", "Pauline the Poet", "The Forest Writing Desk", "The Chair of Memories", "The Little Lost Bed from the Sea", "Arthur the Artist" and "The Dancing Prince". These pieces are from about 4" tall to 10" tall and are really quite amazing. The following two posts have tons of wonderful pictures of our Fairy Castle!! Be sure to visit those posts, too!

7 comments:

oldflowers4me said...

your fairy house is so over the top divine....

Carousel Dreams said...

Pure enchantment - I just love your creations x

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Manolo said...

feel me great to reuse discarded mateiales. apply it also to my work particularly the role in the collage. congratulations on the blog. Best regards.

a mermaids purse said...

the exhibits must have charmed the whole of Brooklyn...i watched Fairy tale' the film with my daughter last night and she said 'wow they made houses like the lady on your blogs'...how sweet -she loves your art and so do i its very special and enchanting x

elvina said...

It's wonderful!!!!!!

Tina said...

Absoutly enchanting!!!!!
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Tina