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Collaborative Fairy Scroll Benefit Auction

A wizened Gnome and thoughtful sprite. Fairy kisses. Playful sprites and a slightly sinister faun. A charging beast and a brownie under a toadstool.

During the most recent GenCon Indy, a Fairy Scroll was created with the help of 19 attending artists. This collaborative fairyscape was created on a Japanese calligraphy-style scroll that is 61″ x 17.5″, and features original artwork from the following fantasy artists:

Drew Baker, Richard Blumenstein, Jeff Carlisle, Storn A. Cook, John Dollar, Jeff Easley, John Esh, Carl Frank, Khymberly Cochran Hale, Andy Hopp, Veronica V. Jones, John E. Kaufmann, Heather V. Kreiter, Raven Mimura, William O’Connor, Steve Prescott, Stephanie Pui-Mun Law, Thom Scott, and Beth Trott.

It’s being auctioned on eBay, with all proceeds going to the Kennedy Krieger Institute. Thanks to all the artists who help make this possible!

the fairy scroll - a composite photo.
composite photo

Update: The auction is now closed. Thanks again to all of the artists who created the Fairy Scroll!

Written by in December of 2005. Last edited April 2017.

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