The forest fairy in front of you is a replica of one of the sculptures, a series of which has recently populated the Trentham Gardens park in the UK.
First, the author draws a drawing, then makes a solid skeleton frame of thick wire, creates the very «flesh» of thin wire already, and the wings of a mesh netting. But most importantly, the artist gives each fairy a heart of stone with engraving. And it turns out this combination is not compatible — metal, stone and incredible fabulous lightness. Another paradox is in the idea itself: a little fairy in the fight against a windflaw clutches at a light dandelion, which is already flying apart itself, losing its little "parachutes."
As the author conceived, these sculptures are not about fighting, but about a miracle that nature gives us if we stop and take a close look at it. Once Robin Wight walked through the woods with a camera and in sunny flares captured an unusual silhouette that looked like a fairy, and this inspired the artist to create his fabulous works.
On the winery, attention to nature, partnership and cooperation can really give a magical result. Isn't it magic that in wine made from pure grapes we feel gooseberry notes just like in Sauvignon Blanc or cherry and chocolate in wine from Tempranillo.