What makes us human? Good art spins fairy tales.

Real fairies drawing attention to previously overlooked areas of art.

Real fairies drawing attention

Fanciful art for everyone.

Only requirement is a minimum of art ideas and a whale of silliness. Household spirits are reluctant to speak about themselves. They ask questions, and listen to the answers.

Stultus tacebit? Pro sapiente habebitur.

is real fairy really real?

Is the garden fairy real or fake? Even those cute flower fairies aren't quite as innocent as you may think. What counts is not so-called knowledge of so-called facts, but pictures of a real tooth fairy.

ladybugs real fairies

How do we make sure that silkies brings a helpful cooperation? I am so endlessly tired of this argument: if anything is bad, nothing can be good.

If someone can offer a cause that has better teeth for the artists that have been pigeonholed into the genre and the vocabulary required to support the framework of the critical discourse surrounding it.

Real fairy dust

Yet art websites prefer to emphasize the value of looking at art through the eye of the taller giraffess.

Art is necessary by virtue of the very proof of fairies inherent in it. So often, humor is a way of coping with uncomfortable truths.

zeuxis thinking of helen of troy

Fairies provoke questions around the reverence and value attributed to works of art. An indistinct fluidity between figures, beings and things.

Fairies wake up memory

It makes you fall in love with the art form all over again.

an indistinct fluidity between figures, beings and things

The boggarts whose works have such a robust physical presence, are at once visible and invisible, uncertain and certain at the same time. Terrific choice. Pick your choice.

Household spirits are often extraordinarily ordinary.

Household spirits cause mischief and behave as minimalist artists (things to disappear). Persephone captures the transient, fleeting nature of existence through the captivating aesthetic of flowers.

Fairies wake up memory

Drawings are potentially the most powerful art device because emotions and memory are built into them.