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All the Bergens gather around the Troll tree as Chef (Christine Baranski) gets ready to cook up some Trolls.
Since it is Gristle's first time ever eating a Troll, Chef prepares to hand over the happiest Troll, Princess Poppy (Iris Dohrn).
We have one of her paintings (pictured here) hanging in our dining room right across from where I sit. I would be terribly remiss if I didn’t mention that Alison is going to be at the New Art Festival in the Glebe on June 4 and 5.
I’ve been looking at that thing since September 2008, and you know what? If you like this painting, and the others on her site (here’s an album of Fowler’s flowers for example) well, this is the event for you.
When she picks from the tree, Chef finds that all the Trolls have been replaced with wooden dolls with crazy hair.
The Trolls have escaped underground to a new home, while the King banishes Chef from Bergen Town.
She angrily vows to find the Trolls and have them eaten, while the King tells his son that nothing will ever make him happy.
Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook accounts. I thought you might also be interested to know that she’s a mother of two, a Fishbowl reader, and I consider her a friend as well. For the record, here’s a photo I snapped of her awhile ago: I am not obliged to say this, but I am a big fan of Alison’s art.She has a real connection to the natural environment around her and it shows. They are deeply passionate and colourful, painted with bold strokes that give them an especially distinctive texture that makes you want to reach out and pet them. This giveaway is for one original 6″ x 6″ acrylic/resin poppy painting on wood panel. It looks like a tiny universe inside there, doesn’t it?Her dad Peppy (Jeffrey Tambor) is king, and her Troll friends include Biggie (James Corden), a big Troll with a worm friend named Mr.ETA: Thanks for your entries everyone, but we have a winner! Not only is it about art (and I love art) but the prizing has been generously donated by longtime patron Alison Fowler.