Derived from an Irish legend comes this enchanting faerie tale of Aine, Faerie Goddess of Irish lore and Gerald, Earl of Fitzgerald.
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About the AuthorJennifer Swan Hopkins
Maidenswood Florida USA
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Impelled by the artists in her family and encouraged by those inspired and touched by her work, entrepreneur, artist, and author Jennifer Swan Hopkins opened two on-line businesses and began selling her art, literature, and functional pieces to the retail market in 2007.
A Minnesota native, her work can be found throughout North America, Australia and the UK. She offers a unique alliance of art, writing, and function. Original ideas become a unique and beautiful expression; forgotten bits of history or legend are reincarnated through her charming interpretations and find their way onto canvases, tapestries, shades, books and boxes. Her mixed media works feature techniques incorporating assemblage, canvas work, collage, altered art, writing, and pure creative energy.
Publish Date October 26, 2009
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