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Lily Wight

     Updated 12/03/2015

     You will find the picture album Faerie Lore & Fairy Tales in Lily Wight’s Gallery.  Click the picture (left: Black Coat Elf by Brian Froud) or head to the tab above to explore.

     Don’t get lost now 😉

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Lily Wight

     Updated 05/03/2015

     The picture gallery at Lily Wight ~ The Arcade of Arts & Arcana is always open.  Click the tab at the top of the homepage to explore or just click Lily’s picture (below) for a shortcut 🙂

     Deviant Moon Tarot, The Eight of Cups by Patrick Valenza.

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     Updated 26/03/2015

     Click the picture (Brian Froud’s The Power of The Dark Crystal) to view lots more inspiring faerie art.

     Please feel free to share Lily’s selected images and keep checking the Gallery for new additions.

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     Updated 12/03/2015

     You will find the picture album Faerie Lore & Fairy Tales in Lily Wight’s Gallery.  Click the picture (left: Black Coat Elf by Brian Froud) or head to the tab above to explore.

     Don’t get lost now 😉

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Updated 12/03/2015

Sherry Key, Mixed Media Artist

“Minor Wardrobe Malfunction” A fun little piece.

I mean it’s really very minor, you have to look hard to tell it’s there. But “just between us girls” you’d think someone would tell her about it, I mean it IS more than a little piece of spinach stuck between your teeth…(-:

Colored pencils and ink on Bristol paper (sturdy like cardstock). Collectible 2.5″ x 3.5″ ACEO art card.

My art on Ebay

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     Updated 12/03/2015

 

Raven's Bread

In this painting by Basia-AlmostTheBrave on deviantart, a girl walks a winged horse through a forest of – what else – A. muscaria. Love the dreamy quality of this one.

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Updated 05/03/2015

A Little Bit Fairy

Ah, and so the Steampunk train of thought continues with this new painting “The Egg Checker”. I have to say, I can see myself enjoying creating work in this genre of art for a long time to come! It’s fantastically engaging, and will most probably become more intricate the further I delve into it.

This painting depicts Byron, a huge, imposing clockwork dragon, taking care of two large dragon eggs.

In my kooky Steampunk world, dragons do exist, and it falls to the Daddys to nurture the eggs, with a little help from a tiny golden robot known as The Egg Checker. He’s may be a small robot, but he has a huge heart and endless knowledge and wisdom. He, and his kind, are assigned to oversee the care of dragon eggs, to help the Daddy dragons and generally ensure that they are healthy and safe right through hatching…

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