Beautifully painted, this door by artist Julie Morgan mirrors the Crowne Plaza’s spiral stairway. The Crowne Plaza hosts several weddings and banquets a month. This Faerie door is placed in the main lobby next to the check in desk.
Janet Brennan, Director of food, beverage and catering for the Crowne Plaza Pittsfield – Berkshires displays the faerie door that was adopted by the hotel.
The door, made by Scott Taylor, is a spiral-stepped entry and when the door is opened a bunch of colorful poppies splashes out at the viewer. The door displays the Greylock Reality logo with a little sign saying “Faerie Home For Sale” and the home SOLD.
This colorful door by Michelle Jensen with exotic magenta colored moss and branches displays the Messenger Digital Dentistry logo and tooth brush entry signage. Since Dr. Messenger is fond of owls look for them on this door. The Dr. and staff were looking inside the door to see if there was a hidden Faerie in the whimsical photograph.
This new Faerie Door by Eileen Banas was adopted Friday, May 13, by iberkshires.com at 102 Main Street, North Adams.
Each of the three Faeries has a laptop and the Gnome has a press pass on his hat.
North Adams Public Library
74 Church Street, North Adams, MA
This door, created by Mary Haight, age 7, has many features, including words and sayings. When the door is opened the viewer is invited to take a little Faerie key for good fortune.