Artists install mystical wee village on Florence Griswold Museum grounds

Artist Haldan Block works on installing one of the faerie houses in a black walnut tree on the grounds at the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme Tuesday Oct. 2, 2012, for the art museum's exhibition "Wee Faerie Village: In the Land of Picture Making".
Artist Haldan Block works on installing one of the faerie houses in a black walnut tree on the grounds at the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme Tuesday Oct. 2, 2012, for the art museum's exhibition "Wee Faerie Village: In the Land of Picture Making". Tim Cook/The Day Buy Photo

Old Lyme - Thirty three artists are taking part by installing landscape-inspired Faerie houses on the Florence Griswold Museum's 11-acre campus. The Faerie Village will open to the public Friday, Oct. 5, with a sneek peak for museum members at 4 p.m Oct. 4.

Artists Kristin Merrill and her father, Peter Leibert, put the finishing touches their faerie house titled
Artists Kristin Merrill and her father, Peter Leibert, put the finishing touches their faerie house titled "Barney's Benevolent Boneyard & Cemetery" of the grounds at the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme Tuesday Oct. 2, 2012, for the art museum's exhibition "Wee Faerie Village: In the Land of Picture Making". Tim Cook/The Day Buy Photo
Artists Cathy DeMeo and her husband Greg Futoma install their Faerie House titled
Artists Cathy DeMeo and her husband Greg Futoma install their Faerie House titled "Dew Drop Villas" in one of the gardens at the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme Tuesday Oct. 2, 2012, for the art museum's exhibition "Wee Faerie Village: In the Land of Picture Making". Tim Cook/The Day Buy Photo
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