Did you ever think to yourself, I’d like to meet an Art Gown fairy?
She would look like the sun shining on rippling pink water and her tail would be made from the forest’s leaves.
Her wings would fold behind her, in many wonderful different ways.
Well, you’ve come to the right place. We make fairies here. This may be the first fairy, but it will not be the last.
And who better to dedicate the first fairy Art Gown to than Brenda Davis Harsham from Friendly Fairy Tales.
Okay, a few notes on the making of La Esencia de Titania
Using up old things is very Art Gowns apropos.
Using metallic bronze and copper acrylic paint with fabric medium, the scraps were painted. A ladder was used for hang drying the pieces.
The result is what I call autumn leaves. After I draped the leaves around the gown, I brought my cat, Jeep, in for consultation
Once she was made, it was a lot of fun folding her wings in different ways.
Of course spreading them for flight was very important, as well!
La Esencia de Titania heads to the dining room to plan a dinner party for the Art Gowns.
Apparently, the Art Gowns want to move to a place with a larger dining room, more the size of a ballroom, so their tails will fit in better.
La Esencia de Titania and Mini-Me discuss changing Mini-Me’s name to “Mini-Muse”.
Art Gown La Esencia de Titania designed by Resa McConaghy – 2017
© Photos taken by Resa – November, 2017
Brenda Davis Harsham lives in New England. Her site, Friendly Fairy Tales, is for kids of all ages. Her poetry and prose have been published at the places listed in the “Publications” Page on her blog. Fine art prints are available to purchase on Society6 .
Brenda wants to pen a Fairy Tale based on Art Gown La Esencia de Titania sometime in the future! Would love it!
La Esencia de Titania takes off for a special midnight mission.
La Esencia de Titania & Mini- Me (Muse?) dream of running away to Hollywood to become stars in black and white movies.