October 6, 2009

Pretty Little Fairy Girl

I went to the Renaissance Festival this weekend. Lots of merriment and fun was had by all.
Kings,Ladies of the court, artists, knights in shining armor, musicians, pirates a plenty, gypsies, tramps and thieves...and fairies! Oh...and ale.

This was inspired by one sparkly little girl who just seemed like she should be a fairy.

Me? I think I am ready to tune up my tambourine and join the gypsies.

Pretty Little Fairy Girl
12x9 Oil on Linen Panel
220.00 + 15.00 S/H

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Double "D" said...

This is a beautiful painting from the Mistress of versatility. You always amaze me.
Really nice Deb, I always look forward to the new pieces on your blog.

If you do turn into a fairy princess, please have someone take a picture.


Deb Kirkeeide said...

aahh...thanks Doug! That's so nice to hear.
I will be sure to get pictures! Although, I'm not so sure I would look quite this ethereal and innocent, but I would be stylin' it with all those flowers, leaves and fairy dust!

Calli said...

She is whimsical and so full of life! I love your portraits, Deb! No one captures a subjects 'energy' like you do!

...I'll join you and your tambourine, if can we take Johnny Depp, the gypsy of all gypsies with us?! ;)

Your muse is back!

Deb Kirkeeide said...

Thanks Calli!
Yes Johnny can join us.
I think I saw Johnny/Jack Sparrow at the fest - a good look alike anyway - may have to paint him next... What is it about those bad boys?
I think maybe both our muses are back, now if they will just sit still long enough for us to soak up their energy...

Anonymous said...

Really nice Fairy-Portrait!!! And other paintings too; greetings from Austria...

Chuck Dilmore said...

my, but she IS sparkly!
(i thought your first post from The Fair might be of a Depp~ish lad in tights. mayhaps he is on your easel, now, anon.)

me thinks thee would make a gypsy proud.
shake that percussive toy~

Deb Kirkeeide said...

Thanks so much for visiting Anonymous.
Please stop by again.

Deb Kirkeeide said...

You never know who is going to show up on the easel, Chuck!
Lads in tights were in abundance,that's for sure.

Ready to go back and shake my tambourine.... shake shake shake...