I had an email from Tina Haley.
"I have been looking at your website for years and I love your Mossy
Glen. I had a red victorian couch to redo for a contest and thought of Timothy Martin, one of my favorite painters. After brousing his website I remembered your Mossy Glen.
"Well, I made my own and I called it "Babysitting in a Mossy Glen" I won first place with it in the contest then I entered it in the
air and no
lace there but also won Best of Show. I thought you may like to see it."
Tina's innovative use of the sofa, and the story suggested by the elf looking over the sleeping fairy.
"I am also sending photos of a fairy scene made in a perfume box.
When I finished it I thought of your scene also."
the perfume box
. She has made something special in an inexpensive container,
allowing this woodland scene to be viewed from all angles. Note her eye for detail,
from the pastels that reflect the coloring of the fairies,
of the blue flower that arches
the upper reaches of the box
has captured a moment that arrests our attention and makes us wonder about the relationship between those two fairies.
! I loved seeing your delightful settings based on my Mossy Glen.
Our projects never truly end, do they, if others are inspired to do something as a result.