Faerie Tale

This illustration by Geoff Taylor, was originally used on Faerie Tale, written by Raymond E Feist,

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Faerie Tale

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Detail Image of Feist's Faerie Tale art by Geoff Taylor - art by Geoff Taylor
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Faerie Tale - art by Geoff Taylor
Faerie Tale - art by Geoff Taylor
1st visual for Faerie Tale - not used but developed further - art by Geoff Taylor


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Synopsis for Original Title

Faerie Tale by Raymond E Feist. The town records have it listed as Erl King Hill - 'Hill of the Elf King', to the locals it is known simply as the old Kessler Place. A great ramshackle house, it stands among deep woods, full of memories and myth. There are strange stories about the old place: talk of haunted woods, strange lights that dance like fire, buried treasure and lost children. Now long forgotten but for the Hastings Family, Gloria and Philip, their eight-year -old twins, Sean and Patrick and Philip's teenage daughter Gabrielle, it is the stuff of dreams. They are looking for a fresh start and they think they have found it - until the day Sean and Patrick discover the secret of Fairy Woods and the luminous elfin beings who lure them into an unearthly world of ancient Celtic magic. Suddenly what was a dream has become a terrifying nightmare, for those entrancing sprites are in reality demons determined to possess the children's very souls!




Acrylic on Artboard

Size approx.3
29x20 inches or 73x50 cm

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