Quoted "This is a new design style artwork called Naiad. The border was inspired by the work of the wonderful Art Nouveau artist Mucha. In Greek mythology the Naiads were a type of nymph (female spirit) who presided over fountains, wells, springs, streams, brooks and other bodies of fresh water. I have combined this myth with a forest fairy and the resulting character is in the painting. I hope you like it." - Anne Stokes -
Common Types of Faeries ~ Below, we’ve listed some of the more common types of fairies that people are likely to encounter but this is by no means an all inclusive list. Most of the residents of the fairy realm will fall into one of three categories, neutral fairies, the Seelie, and the Unseelie. The neutral fairies are just that, neither aligned with the good or bad.
Aitch- would be great for a clay project, learning about slab making and using clay tools to cut out then paint with either glaze or water color some type of traditional theme or even a fairy tale theme.