Summary All right, everyone, clap your hands and repeat after Peter Pan: "I believe in fairies." "This is the second year we've produced the camp ourselves," says Melanie Couvillion, director of the Manship's Family Programming and Events. Couvillion also is the associate director of "Peter Pan Jr.," alongside director Paige Gagliano, who will be the director of production in Episcopal High School's theater department in the fall.
Summary UK-based artist Robin Wight uses stainless steel wire to form stunning, dramatic sculptures of winged fairies dancing in the wind. The Staffordshire resident, who only started constructing fairy sculptures a few years ago as a simple hobby, was inspired by a photo he took in the woods one day. In the image, a hazy shimmer partially obscures a tree branch, revealing a mysterious, fairy-like shape.
Summary He was the creator of the most rational and intelligent detective of all time. The image was a sweet picture of Frances, with what Wright at first thought were 'bits of paper' in front of her. The hoax that fooled a nation: Many distinguished names believed in the fairies at the bottom of the garden.
Summary At Trentham Gardens in the UK, you can walk the Fairy Trail and see the many wire fairies created by artist Robin Wright. Below, you can see some of Wishes' subjects. A in-depth look at how they were created is over at Wright's website .