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All is not well in Fairyland 2

Title: All is not well in Fairyland 2
Description: No 2 of the series of woodland disasters. "I get her out of the kitchen, and off to the ball. She meets the prince and has a great evening. All Cinderella had to do was be back by midnight, just one little request and can she do it? No, and now I'm in serious trouble with the chief Elf because the mice have run amok,there's bits of pumpkin everywhere and the prince has got the magic glass slipper and won't give it back.. Ungrateful girl."
Size: 20 x 20 inches
Format: Original artwork
Presentation: Framing not necessary
Medium: Oil
Genre: Contemporary, Impressionist, Landscape, Surreal or Fantasy Art
Colour: Blue, green, orange, silver
Keywords: Tree, evening, sunset, fairy, toadstools, mushrooms, fantasy, glowing, jeannie zelos, original art, surreal, imaginary, sun, sky, foliage, butterflies, butterfly, gold, gold dust, magic, magical, Cinderella, ball, pumpkin
Delivery Details:
Price: £0.00
Status: Sold
This work is now sold, however if you would like to commission a similar painting, please contact me

Artist Information

Name: Jeannie Zelos
Acceptable Payment Methods: Paypal, personal cheque, direct bank transfer. uk mainland delivery included in price.
Jeannie Zelos

Artist Biography:

I didn't start to paint until in my 40's when I learned it wasn't that I couldn't paint - the issue was the rubbish materials we used at school. Nan's mantra was " you can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear" and that's so true.
Soon as I began with quality materials I found far better results and became addicted to art. I use all media, alone or mixed, and cover a wide range of subjects. I only use top quality products sas I want my art to look as good in 200 years as it does today. That costs of course - you can buy cheap art or you can buy an IKEA print etc. for very little cost, but if you want lasting art ensure that the artist uses products with proven longevity.
Sadly I paint far less now due to health issues, but still love to dabble and to look at what others have been doing.

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