The Caer Sidhe Artist Collective of Pittsburgh welcomes you to join us for our pop up gallery Friday evenings this summer.
Featuring of all manner of arts and crafts, plus some vintage and antiques. Appearances of The Enchanted Wagon & other Faeries
Original oil paintings, sculptures, ceramics, handmade jewelry, screen-printed art and clothing, fairy wings, garden art, handmade soaps, and much more. We also have vintage clothing starting in the Victorian era stretching to the 1980s. We are open from 6 until 10 in the evening, – the same hours as the free concert at the Frick museum grounds one block away. Come visit us and then go tour the grounds. There is Music, Entertainment, food trucks and more.
7201 Meade St. , Pittsburgh, PA
April 9, 2015 in Uncategorized
For over three decades, audiences across the United States and Canada have fallen under the spell of I Believe in Fairies Productions. Combining the magic of puppetry with family-friendly comedy kids love and adults adore, I Believe in Fairies shows are a one-of-a-kind theatrical experience proven to quickly build a loyal following and increase attendance at your event!
Learn more about our stage and strolling show packages using the links above, and follow us on Facebook to find out when the next I Believe in Fairies show will be appearing at an event near you!
Our faeries are decked out in their finest for this Faerie Friday! Check out some of our favorite selfies and snapshots over the years, from faeries young and old (and a few furry friends) alike!
The seasonal and elemental fairies at the second year of the Miami Renaissance Faire pose with friends. Kelly is Lady Spring, Anima is the Summer Fairy, and Winter is represented by Jet. Costumes and wings were designed by Anima.
Lindsay in her own outfit design (with our wings) poses by the lake at Deerfield Beach.
Last spring, our faeries made a stop for a tire change in Hope, Arkansas en route to the Poteet Strawbery Festival in Poteet, TX. While we were there, we were able to snap this great picture of former president Bill Clinton’s childhood home. Note the progression of images in the photo – a historical marker for the Trail of Tears in the foreground, followed by a sign proclaiming a Tea Party meeting, then Clinton’s childhood home, and finally, a train running on the train tracks, which the locals frequently joked that he lived “on the wrong side of”! Our faeries had quite a laugh at this microcosm of America all in one photograph!
We weren’t laughing for long, though, as we realized that four huge pairs of our faerie wings had been left by the side of the road there when we changed the tire! All of our faeries assumed another one of our troupe had packed them, and it wasn’t until we arrived in Poteet that we realized our mistake!
Our faeries called the Hempstead County Sheriff’s Department, but the sheriff told us that, unfortunately, there has been a big storm the night before and they most likely would have been blown away. He sent a deputy out to check, who found two pairs of them still by the side of the road! We were able to stop by and pick up the wayward wings on our way home, but just where the other two pairs flew off to is still a mystery – we must have forgotten they were enchanted and could fly off on their own! If you’re ever in the Hope, AK area, always keep your eyes to the sky – those missing glittering faerie wings could still be flying high up above you!