FULTON – The community is invited to the Fulton Public Library on October 14 at 6:30 p.m., when local gardener, artist and writer Lisa R. Davis will give a presentation.
She will speak about her beginnings in gardening, and how something that started as a hobby led to other creative pursuits.
Stunning visuals of her multiple gardens and art will highlight her talk.
Among her most popular artistic images are those of fairies dressed in flowers from her gardens.
She will explain how she first discovered these fairies, and how they led her down a writing path.
Betty Maute, library director, said, “Lisa’s whimsical fairies in her books will delight all ages, I enjoy them as does my five-year-old nephew.”
Davis has authored three books: Fairies in my Flowerbeds, Fairies in Spring Flowers and Fairies in Summer.
They encourage the reader to take a closer look at the natural world to see the magic in seemingly ordinary objects and incidents.
Come and share in the magic.
For more information, call the library at 592-5159.