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eBook Faerie Houses 2012 Calendar ePub

by Sally J. Smith

  • ISBN: 0764957163
  • Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Calendar
  • Author: Sally J. Smith
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pomegranate Press; Wall edition (August 10, 2011)
  • ePub book: 1612 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1285 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 553

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Faerie Houses 2012 Calendar Calendar – Wall Calendar, August 10, 2011. I had Sally's 2011 Calendar and loved it, I really looked forward to the 2012 one. I got it today, and while I think it is beautiful, the photos seem to be over-saturated.

Faerie Houses 2012 Calendar Calendar – Wall Calendar, August 10, 2011. by Sally J. Smith (Author). The colours are so bright they are unrealistic and almost neon - whoever printed this really bumped up the saturation.

Created by Sally J Smith. The studio of environmental artist Sally J. Smith (American, b. 1954) extends far into the woodlands near her home in the Adirondacks. In nooks formed by tree roots and in other hidden and enchanted places, she fashions faerie houses made almost entirely from local, natural materials such as bark, moss, flowers, fungi, rocks, and occasionally ice. show more. Format Calendar 12 pages. Dimensions 29. 2 x 32. 4 x . 8mm 29. 3g. Publication date 01 Aug 2011.

Melanie Hamilton is not your average artist. She brings home the bacon by inking tattoos at New Orleans's Mansion at Mystic Isle, a resort in the middle of the bayou that caters to fans of the peculiar and paranormal, but her true passion comes alive when she volunteers restoring Katrina-ravaged landmarks. Jordan discovers a hidden agenda that puts her in the crosshairs of a crime lord.

Amazing Faerie houses by Sally J Smith - Greenspirit Arts. 10 enchanting galleries of Fairy houses made & photographed by the artist in all seasons + info. As housing prices soar and inventories shrink, one community still has plenty of choices. Emerald Moss House, from Greenspirit Arts, run by Sally J. Smith in the Adirondacks, near Lake Champlain.

The Faerie Houses wall calendar reveals a magical world of handcrafted faerie castles and cottages, fanciful fairy . Sally J. Smith was a professional watercolor artist and children's book illustrator for more than 20 years before turning her talents to environmental sculptures.

The Faerie Houses wall calendar reveals a magical world of handcrafted faerie castles and cottages, fanciful fairy retreats and sanctuaries. Her faerie houses and Eartherials echo the beauty of a special place or moment in time. Smith creates a visual record of a piece at its completion, and whenever possible, after the sculpture is photographed, it is left where it was made for the nature spirits to enjoy. She lives in the Adirondacks, where resources for her magical creations abound.

Publisher: Amber Lotus Publishing (1646).

Sally J. Smith (born c. 1958) is president and former chief executive officer of Buffalo Wild Wings, Inc. Sally Smith was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Smith has experience with KPMG Peat Marwick. She spent 11 years at Dahlberg, Inc. with her last post as chief financial officer.

by Sally J. Smith is an environmental artist and photographer living in Westport, New York, on the edge of the Adirondacks

by Sally J. Smith is an environmental artist and photographer living in Westport, New York, on the edge of the Adirondacks. This locale lends itself to Sally's inspiration as she creates magical, mysterious, and marvelous "faerie" houses made from real leaves, moss and stone (and many other natural materials) as well as the stunning sculptures the artist calls "Eartherials" which echo the beauty of a special place or moment in time.

Books listed by ISBN. Faerie Houses 2012 Calendar. Fairy Houses 2018 Mini Wall Calendar. Amber Lotus Publishing. Fairy Houses 2018 Wall Calendar. Fairy Houses: How to Create Whimsical Homes for Fairy Folk.

Arizona native Sally J. Smith lives in Scottsdale with her husband

Arizona native Sally J. Smith lives in Scottsdale with her husband. The rarest of breeds, an adult born in Arizona, she has been a writer since she could spell.

Watercolor artist Sally J. Smith (American, b. 1954) creates environmental sculptures in the woodlands near her home in the Adirondacks. Working throughout the year in weather mild or wild, Smith fashions faerie houses almost entirely from local, natural materials. Often fastened with thorns or porcupine quills, the diminutive dwellings, after being constructed and photographed, are frequently left in the forests to await discovery (and, perhaps, inhabitation) by other beings.Size: 12 x 13 in.; opens to 12 x 26 in. Printed on FSC certified paper with soy-based ink.

Comments

Rainpick Rainpick
I love this calendar because the pictures get my imagination going. I find myself wanting to build those fairy houses . . . .

Every one of the pictures in this calendar is a delight. Usually, a calendar has at least one not-so-great pic, so I'm quite pleased with this purchase.
Zehaffy Zehaffy
A beautiful caendar with plenty of room to write in appoinments. Good sturdy quality and the picutres are wonderful Thank you.
Nagis Nagis
I had Sally's 2011 Calendar and loved it, I really looked forward to the 2012 one. I got it today, and while I think it is beautiful, the photos seem to be over-saturated. The colours are so bright they are unrealistic and almost neon - whoever printed this really bumped up the saturation. Leaves look toxic green, red berries are glowing like christmas tree lights...
Trash Trash
If you know someone who loves fairies, they will love this calendar. I have a fairy house book, but this is the first year I saw a calendar. Very happy with my purchase.