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F is for Faery: The Faery Realm and Art

The Faerie Tradition is not a faith, for faery beings exist whether or not we believe in them.(R. J. Stewart, 1995, p. xvi).

In my many years as a visual artist, I have created many paintings of the Fae and have given a great deal of thought to what my connection to Faerie may be. I have come to believe that the Faeries and other beings of the Otherworld are using me as a conduit for communication between this and their worlds. All of my paintings in recent years seem to have become gateways of a sort, and I believe that this is because it is becoming more necessary than ever for the human worlds and the Fae realms to work together more in a more amicable way.