The Brat Fairy Statue
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The Brat Fairy Statue

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Not all fairies are nice little creatures that flutter through the woods. Some have attitude problems, although in the case of The Brat Fairy Statue by Amy Brown, having an attitude does not detract from her natural fairy beauty or appeal. It does, however, give her something an intriguing and an impressive look, as this is one fairy that many do not want to mess with. All things considered, though, she is still a very pretty pixie with dark auburn hair done up in an elegant style. She also wears a little red dress with red and white striped gloves and stockings to accent her appearance. Behind her back extend her trio of wings, colored in blue with splashes of red that create a very eye-catching contrast of color. The fairy sits atop a toadstool and bears an apathetic expression, looking like she cannot be bothered with whatever is going on around her. The statue possesses stunning color and an extremely high level of detail, thanks to being crafted from cold cast resin and hand-painted. It stands approximately 6.25 inches tall. She may be a brat, but she can also be yours, should you chose to add a touch of fairy style to your decor by picking up The Brat Fairy Statue.

About the Artist:

Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, Amy Brown was born in Bellingham, Washington in 1972. Like most talented artists, she began drawing at a young age.

Her Muse: Sometimes I get frustrated because I have so many ideas fighting to come out. Every painting has so many possibilities. I was never one of those children who daydreamed of growing up to become an artist. I just ASSUMED that was what I would be. It was never a question of - do I want to be an artist? Often there are days when I really do not want to paint. I HAVE to paint. The urge to create is almost a wild, living entity trapped inside me, clawing to escape.

Her Process: When I begin a piece, I usually have a good idea as to what I want the finished image to look like. However, by the time I actually complete the painting it has often evolved into something completely different. I start with a blank piece of paper and begin drawing. I rarely do preliminary sketches unless there is a troublesome area that needs special attention or I cannot decide on the layout of the overall piece. The initial drawing can take anywhere from fifteen minutes to hours, days, months, and sometimes years.

Key Features:

  • Inspired by the Artwork of Amy Brown
  • Crafted from Cold Cast Resin
  • Hand-painted in Impressive, Vibrant Colors
  • Depicts a Haughty Red Fairy Seated Atop a Toadstool
  • Features Impressive and Intricate Detailing
  • A Fantastic Home Decor Item or Gift Idea