fairies

Birth Processional

“Escorted by many support creatures, a fairy queen carries a hummingbird egg, cushioned by cottonwood fluff inside of a walnut shell, as a symbolic offering to her midwife during the Birth Processional Ceremony. The midwife is dressed in traditional garb to identify her as a high ranking elder with wisdom in wildcrafted medicine. The queen only gives birth every two hundred years, and it is an occasion widely celebrated throughout her reigning woodland region. The identity of her child’s other parent is unknown to all but the queen herself. The baby, always female, will one day inherit the mossy throne.” -PW

EMERGENCE

My little comic Fairy Ring is in the latest issue of Emergence newspaper, published here in Bellingham by Neoglyphic Media! Check their website to order online or find a stockiest near you! You can also find my friend Ben Nadler's work within the pages, amongst so many other wonderful artists. See the full comic HERE.