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Follow Barbara Lanza down a magical path as she shows you how to capture the wonder and mischief of fairies. Then learn to add elements such as wings, nature-inspired clothing and romantic settings. With brilliant colors and some basic techniques, your fairies will take flight!
Barbara illustrates the simple steps behind some of her favorite fairy friends:
- Baby, adolescent and adult fairies
- The fairies of Earth, Wind, Water and Fire
- A fairy for each season, from the Spring Fairy cradled in her crocus bassinet, to the silvery, grand Winter Fairy
- Fairies to fill your days, from the Morning Fairy emerging from her morning glory bloom, to the Night Fairy, with spectacular wings the colors of the luna moth
" We peek into the fairies' world, and see joy and mischief in balance with nature, and when we recreate their spirit in our art, we are in harmony with nature, too. "
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.39(d)|
About the Author
Barbara Lanza has painted many fairy tale creatures, including more than 30 books for clients such as Little Golden Books, Viking and Scholastic (such as The Great Golden Easter Egg Hunt , 2000, which has sold 13,217 BookScan units since 2001). Time to Fly , published by Moo Press, contain her Fairy Lane series of watercolors that depict the fairy world about which she dreamed as a child, published as a picture book in June 2005. Her clients include Scholastic/Cartwheel, Western Publishing, Viking, Harcourt, Putnam, Marion Heath Greetings, Shenandoah Designs and the Ashton Drake Galleries. She has also recently licensed her fairy art for a series of fabrics.
Table of Contents
Fairy Faces & Figures 22
Fairy Types 44
The Realm of Fairies 110