Piece description from the artist
Pansies of many colors. Margaret Mitchell originally chose the name, "Pansy," but settled on Scarlett just before "Gone with the Wind" was printed.
Imagine a world where fairies are responsible for dewdrops, dandelion dance to the songs of the wind, and bugs use mushrooms as beach umbrellas. Beth Engel sees that world and captures it in her photographs. It didn't start out that way though; it all started with capturing sweet smiles on the playground and toes in the sand. Beth's two children then inspired her to see the magical world around us, the way they do. Every picture has a story behind it and every title has a meaning which offers a truly fairy-tale like experience.