Devonport exhibition

Special packs will be available while the exhibition is on. Available only at the shop in the Gallery.

These packs will consist of a signed book 1 of Faeries of Tasmania, a Faeries of Tasmania tote bag and a special enamel brooch. These will be limited.

The large A2 prints (excluding Jelly Bean) within the exhibition and the small sketches are for sale. Please email us for prices.

We are please to mention that some of the images in book 1 will be part of the ‘Beyond the wandering moon, beyond the star’ exhibition being displayed at the Paranaple Arts Centre, Devonport.

The exhibition comprises work from various artists, which have a connecting theme of magical realms. So, why don’t you drop in and escape this world for little while – you never know what you might find.

We are also showing a special print from Faeries of Tasmania volume 2, due out this Christmas 2024.

While the exhibition is on, signed Faeries of Tasmania books, will be available for sale at their bookshop.

Lady Plummage

Things have slowed here at Faeries of Tasmania. Lady Plummage has decided to rest for a while. She has been travelling a lot, gathering faery accounts from around Tasmania, which has taken its toll. She will take time out as we collate and organise book 2.

In the meantime here are some snippets from book 2. We know you’d like to see more, but things could change to the structure of the book as new information for both the faeries and Edith S Brown come to light.

Further research into the fae

We have just come across a great YouTube channel called ‘Hare in the Hawthorn’. If you love faeries, this is for you.

The book has reached Tik Tok

Thank you so much Avalon for the wonderful review.

Faeries of Tasmania 2 update

With the amazing reception that the first book is receiving, we are well and truly into book 2. New faeries from different locations around Tasmania, plus we are getting much more information about Edith S Brown. We won’t be able to fit everything we know about her, but we’ll certainly be having some exciting evidence.

We are also working with the Port Arthur Historic Site, with a couple of faery sightings that may be in book 2. We’ll have to see how we go for space. It could push out to a book 3 🙂

Terry is also busy translating some of the descriptions to illustrations.

It’s a busy time here at Faeries of Tasmania.