Artist at work

Artist Pam Erickson applies a waterproofing spray to miniature trees for the "One Thousand and One Arabian Nights" fairy castle she is creating with collaborator Sharon Didato for the Florence Griswold Museum's annual Wee Faerie Village exhibit, Tuesday, September 29, 2015.

The show, themed "whimsical Kingdoms" is open October 1 to November 1 and features 32 fairy-sized castles scattered around the museum grounds. 


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