The Happy Leprachaun

 14 x 17  canvas wrap

​ Leprechauns are said to be solitary and, although shy and understandably cautious about humans, they are full of impish humor and love playing practical jokes.  Read more . . . 


16 x 20 canvas wrap 

Pixies are sometimes said, in Christian folk tradition, to be the fairy-form of young children who passed away unbaptized, and thus they are beings who live in a state of perfect natural happiness although they ever remain earthbound. Read more . . .

Inspired by tales of magic and wonder


16 x 20 print

Limnadina is a type of water nymph (naiad) whose special realm is lakes. This image of a fairy-folk being honors the Limnades of Greco-Roman lore. Read more . . . 

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Creature Comforts



16 x 20 

 canvas wrap

Some elves, like brownies, like to help around the house. They’ll make chores a breeze and keep your home happy and in good order so long as you don’t disappoint them or hurt their overly delicate feelings. Read more . . .

Deer Woman

16 x 20  print

​​Deer Woman is a fairy of Southeast Native American lore. She personifies a warning to us about the importance of having integrity, respect, and self-restraint in the games of love and courtship.  Read more  . . .

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Habondia/Queen Mab 

16 x 20  print

​​Queen Mab, the wee Fairy Queen, is first mentioned in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Read more . . .

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Dee Rapposelli  Art/Illustration 

Hecate's Key

16 x 20  print

One of the symbols of Hecate, the Greek goddess of magic and protection, is the key. The key unlocks the gates to other worlds and gives access to divine mysteries.​ Read more . . .