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FAE – Faeries And Enchantment Magazine will be at the:

Fantasy, Faerie & Visionary Arts Event on 26th to 28th November at the Flavel, Dartmouth

Artists in attendance include, Linda Ravenscroft, Josephine Wall, Marc Potts, Julia Jeffrey, Dave Kendall, Neil Geddes-Ward & many more

For further info visit www.laughingmagpie.co.uk or call 01803 839333

the event is organised by Kelly Martinez of Ethera

Exciting FAE News! We just saw this post on the Kirks Folly Facebook group page:

Great News -Live Audience scheduled for our Artist in FairyLand Show with Josephine Wall on Friday November 19 at 5-6 pm at QVC.

“Please join us for this “once in a lifetime” opportunity and meet this world renowned fantasy artist in person and get FollyDusted by the FairyGodmother”. StudioPark@QVC.com for reservations.

Visit www.KirksFolly.com

World famous artist Josephine Wall has painted the beautiful ‘Trixie Belle’, and captured her in all of her magical glory

You may be familiar with Trixie Belle (Victoria Baume) from FAE Magazine, and her wonderful jewellery (www.faerykisses.co.uk). Just before she left on her travels she saw this stunning painting created by Josephine Wall and Trixie told FAE “I LOVE it! and am soooo honoured!”

The original is for sale on Josephine’s website: www.josephinewall.co.uk

Josephine Wall wil be signing prints and books at the Avalon Faery Fayre in Glastonbury at the end of this month. See www.avalonfaeryball.com for more details.

Trixie Belle on the cover of FAE Autumn 2008

FAE Magazine is proud to be the UK sponsor of Belgium’s first Fairy Arts Festival on 4th – 5th September.

With Linda Ravenscroft, Josephine Wall, Felicity Fairy and Muddlehead the Pixie, and many more, see http://www.elfentheater.be/index.php/en/fairy-arts-festival

Join the Fairy Arts Festival event page on facebook

This summer, beginning in July, some of the finest artists dabbling in the realms of Faerie and the fantastic shall gather together in Brittany and England to show their work at the European INTEREG IV “Shared Legends Project”. These twenty-six English and French artists represent some of the best known and most beloved artists working today, including Alan Lee, Brian and Wendy Froud, Linda Ravenscroft, Terri Windling, Virginie Ropars, David Thiérrée, and Olivier Ledroit. The exhibitions shall take place at Comper Castle, Rennes, and Exeter.
The event was inspired by the tale of “Lanval”, attributed to the twelfth century writer known as Marie de France. Lanval is a knight of King Arthur’s court, who finds himself attracting the attentions of a beautiful and mysterious woman. The woman offers him her love, her wealth, and herself, under the condition that Lanval must never speak of her. A fifty-two minute film based upon “Lanval” by the Chagford Filmmaking group shall be presented at the exhibition. Alan Lee has described director Elizabeth-Jane Baldry’s films as “imaginative and refreshing, a new storyteller from the green heart of Devon.”  Elizabeth-Jane is also an accomplished harpist, and Brian Froud has likened her

This summer, beginning in July, some of the finest artists dabbling in the realms of Faerie and the fantastic shall gather together in Brittany and England to show their work at the European INTEREG IV “Shared Legends Project”. These twenty-six English and French artists represent some of the best known and most beloved artists working today, including Alan Lee, Brian and Wendy Froud, Linda Ravenscroft, Terri Windling, Virginie Ropars, David Thiérrée, and Olivier Ledroit. The exhibitions shall take place at Comper Castle, Rennes, and Exeter.
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After 8 weeks of planning and preparation, the first gallery ever dedicated entirely to the work of Josephine Wall, officially opened in March 2010. It’s truly a family affair as it is owned by Josephine Wall, and run by her Daughter Abi, and her Son-in-law Nick. Josephine told FAE, “It is so nice to at last have a place to direct all the people who love my work, it’s a dream come true”.
With Champagne and orange juice flowing, and fairy cakes, complete with edible fairy dust, around 150 visitors attended the opening. On view were original and limited edition prints, plus an array of other Jo Wall products including figurines, mini-prints and greeting cards. Jo laughed, “It may seem a strange time to be setting up a new venture like this, but ‘Serendipity’ prevails as always – this was just meant to be now!”

The Josephine Wall Gallery is at 121 – 123 Penn Hill Avenue, Poole, Dorset BH14 9LY

FAE Magazine is proud to sponsor Belgium’s first Fairy Festival!

At: Oxdonkstraat 168
1880 Kapelle op-den Bos
Belgium

Saturday 4th of Sept 2010: 10am till 11pm
Sunday 5th of Sept 2010: 10am till 6pm
The fairy art market is open on Saturday until 7pm

Special guests include Felicity Fyr Le Fay & Muddlehead the Pixie, and Faerie and Fantasy artist, Josephine Wall

Fairy Festival Programme:

  • Fairy Art Market with artists who expose their fairy art: painters, illustrators, puppet makers, artists with jewelry, clothing and various fairy shops.
  • Dance, music and acrobatics performances by fairy artists around the castle.
    On Saturday there will be a fire show by fairy acrobats.
  • Workshops about various fairy arts
    People with a workshop ticket can choose three workshops a day out of 9 workshops
  • Fairy Arts Competition

Visit the Belgium Fairy Festival website for more information

Faeryland Calendar 2011


David Riche of Fairiesworld has announced details of the 2011 Faeryland Calendar, which will be available at the end of June. This collectors calendar is full of the connections and energies of visionary artists Josephine Wall (Dragon Charmer painting seen above), Jessica Galbreth, Stephanie Pui-Mun Law, Ora moon, Nadezhda Strelkina, Myrea Pettit and Sarah Pauline.

It can be ordered direct exclusively from Barnes and Noble in USA and Canada.

Pure Inspiration’s Fantasy Art Collection is a new, high-quality art book that brings together the art and personal commentary of sixteen talented fantasy artists: John Arthur, Sherri Baldy, Jasmine Becket-Griffith, Jody Bergsma, Sara Butcher, Kinuko Y. Craft, Tom Cross, Molly Harrison, Priscilla Hernandez, Sue Miller, Myrea Pettit, Linda Ravenscroft, Vicki Visconti-Tilley, Christine Von Lossberg, Josephine Wall, and Sheila Wolk.

Each artist was given a minimum of twelve pages to display a selection of their paintings, and they also give the reader, fascinating insights into what inspires them, how they approach their art, and what their aspirations are.

The book will be available for purchase in mid-March, 2010.

Pure Inspiration’s Fantasy Art Collection is hard bound and 200 pages.
Printed on heavy glossy paper.
ISBN: 978-0-9819762-1-1 For more info or to purchase visit http://www.fantasyartcollection.com


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