Fairies are a rare sight in the modern day world, but, luckily, if you include an accessory like The Nice Fairy Statue by Amy Brown in your home, you can enjoy the elegant and magical look of a fairy whenever you want. And she really does make for a great addition to any decor, as this fairy figurine truly is a pretty little pixie that features as nice a smile as any could imagine. This fairy is the epitome of fae beauty, possessing long brown hair that cascades down across her shoulders, as well as a beautiful blue dress complemented by tall blue boots. Her wings match her attire, possessing a distinctive shape and a glimmering blue and purple coloration that makes them almost unforgettable. She sits atop a pair of toadstools, using one as a footstool to support her position. The statue is made entirely in high quality cold cast resin, and it has also been hand-painted to better enhance its impressive detail. The statue stands approximately 6.25 inches tall. The Nice Fairy Statue is proof that fairies do not have to be acting or doing mischief to be cute or beautiful. Sometimes, all it takes is the right colors and the right position, and everything else just comes naturally.
About the Artist:
Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, Amy Brown was born in Bellingham, Washington in 1972. Like most talented artists, she began drawing at a young age.
Her Muse: Sometimes I get frustrated because I have so many ideas fighting to come out. Every painting has so many possibilities. I was never one of those children who daydreamed of growing up to become an artist. I just ASSUMED that was what I would be. It was never a question of – do I want to be an artist? Often there are days when I really do not want to paint. I HAVE to paint. The urge to create is almost a wild, living entity trapped inside me, clawing to escape.
Her Process: When I begin a piece, I usually have a good idea as to what I want the finished image to look like. However, by the time I actually complete the painting it has often evolved into something completely different. I start with a blank piece of paper and begin drawing. I rarely do preliminary sketches unless there is a troublesome area that needs special attention or I cannot decide on the layout of the overall piece. The initial drawing can take anywhere from fifteen minutes to hours, days, months, and sometimes years.
- Inspired by the Artwork of Amy Brown
- Crafted from Cold Cast Resin
- Hand-painted in Impressive, Vibrant Colors
- Depicts a Pretty Blue Fairy Seated Atop Toadstools
- Features Impressive and Intricate Detailing
- A Fantastic Home Decor Item or Gift Idea
- Height: 6.25 Inches