Monday, July 7, 2014

The Fairy Adventure continues

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A Young Explorer finds the Fairy Door(House) at the Mad Monkey Clothing store

The Fairy Adventure continues
On Saturday I was one of the featured artists at the Laveanne Farm. 

On Sunday I was one of the featured Artists in Port Hope and “The Homes, Gardens, Music and Fairy Door Tour” of Cobourg and Port Hope

In our case the local stores of Port Hope were teamed up with the Artists that were participating in the project to help raise money for a local charity that supports people in Central America.  The local charity is “Horizons of Friendship” (https://www.facebook.com/horizonsoffriendship)

It was great walking around Port Hope looking at the variety of Doors and Houses that different Artists had created.  I have taken lots of photos for my friends to see. They have been published to my Misty Hollow Facebook pages at https://www.facebook.com/mistyhollowcarving and also to my Pinterest boards.

Take a peek below and see if it encourages your imagination too.

In a number of photos you will see kids looking at what they have found.  These were the best photos I captured.

Enjoy.

~ Murray Lincoln ~

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The Fairy Doors at the Dreamers Cafe - 2 Queen Street

 Murray Lincoln and Roger Bernard - owner/operator of the Dreamers Cafe







 The detail of the small door

The Faun Boutique - 41 Walton Street




The Furby House of Books - 65 Walton Street


Ganaraska Art and Framing - 93 Walton Street


Greenwood Coalition -17 John Street


Holton Flower Shop - 62 Walton Street




Journey Through the Arts - 27 Walton Street




Mad Monkey Clothing - 45 Walton Street



 Inside detail - amazing!
 The other side of the Fairy Door - which is inside the Dressing Room


Mercury Chocolates - 24 John Street


My Bark Avenue - 51 Walton Street
 This Fairy Door was unique in that it was designed for "Animal Fairies"

And you guessed it... here is the Fairy Cat

My Sisters Closet - 41 John Street
A whole island dedicated to Fairy Things and rooms


The Port Hope Public Library - 31 Queen Street
 The Library Fairy House was found at the back of the Library sitting in a window

The Port Hope Tourism - 20 Queen Street

Snapd Newspaper - Stand in Lent Lane



 Summerhill B&B - 127 Walton Street


The Capital Theatre - 20 Queen Street
 The second Fairy House at the Capital Theatre

 The Walldell - 1 Walton Street

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