with Brian and Wendy Froud

October 12, 2012  6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Trolls opens a new realm in the celebrated faerie worlds of famed artists Brian and Wendy Froud, renowned for their vast and personal knowledge of faeries, goblins, and other folk.  Featuring new and classic works by both Brian and his wife, Wendy, woven together along with artifacts and symbols of the natural world, the book creates a fascinating revelation about the world of trolls.


Not since Brian Froud's conceptual design work with Jim Henson on the classic films The Dark Crystal and Labryinth has he created a faerie world with such imagination, dimension, depth, and detail.  The texture of the world in Trolls and the deeply immersive, cinematic images will appeal to the legions of fantasy– and Froud – fans.


Join Brian and Wendy Froud at the Society as they discuss their collaboration on the new book.  Book signing and reception to follow.



$20 Non-members, $15 members, $10 students

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Brian Froud is the most acclaimed faerie artist of our time.  He is the international bestselling coauthor and coartist, with Alan Lee, of Faeries and the author of many other books, including The Heart of Faerie Oracle, Lady Cottington's Pressed Faerie Book, Good Faeries/Bad Faeries, and The Faeries' Oracle.  He has won numerous awards, including the Hugo Award for Best Original Artwork.  He is the conceptual designer of Jim Henson's classic films The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth


Wendy Froud is a storyteller, doll artist, sculptor, and puppet maker.  She worked as a sculptor and puppet builder for Jim Henson for many years.  Among her accomplishments, she sculpted Jen and Kira for The Dark Crystal and fabricated Yoda for The Empire Strikes Back.  Her dolls and figures are highly sought after and are in many prestigious collections around the world.  The Frouds live in Devon, England.