Tuesday, November 4, 2008


Come meet these delightful fairies in person at

the Winter Art Festival, Madison, WI

The "Winter Art Festival" held at the beautiful Monona Terrace Convention Center in Madison, Wisconsin is coming up sooner than I expected!! This is one of my favorite shows, and will be my last art show of the 2008 season! Where did the summer and fall go! If you live in the area, you won't want to miss this wonderful show. It is one of the best art shows around, and has a wide array of wonderful art being shown by about 140 artists. I am always honored to be a part of this top quality show. There is a Young Collector's Corner, where kids age 12 and under may purchase artwork at kid-sized prices.....$3.00, $5.00, or $7.00.

MY BOOTH is #42 this year!

SHOW DATE: November 15 & 16

HOURS: Saturday Nov. 15th 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday Nov. 16th 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

ADMISSION: $3.00 Under 12 yrs. -FREE

Anyone interested in receiving the show's postcard good for $1.00 off admission, please email me at dzfairies@msn.com

This great show is sponsored by The Wisconsin Alliance of Artists and Craftspeople, Inc. For more information on this organization you can click on this link: WAAC

I've been BUSY, BUSY, BUSY creating new creations for this upcoming show. Below is a glimpse of some of my creations that will be coming to the Madison show on November 15th & 16th! They are also currently available in my DZFANTASY shop on Etsy. (See link below)

Above are several of my "sitting style" fairies

Below are some of my collection of "fall" fairies!

My newest MERMAID

The above creations only represent a very few of my new creations. Many more will be at the show!! Of course, if you don't live in the area, you can always find all of my available creations at my DZFANTASY shop on Etsy.

If you have any questions regarding the show, and how to get there, please feel free to contact me. There is plenty of indoor parking right in the Monona Terrace Convention Center building on beautiful Lake Monona. The show is held in the lower level of this building.

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