Sidhe is the name that the fairies receive in the Irish mythology. It is said that they are high beings as a current man, of reserved customs and very powerful. Her Queen, Maeve, is so beautiful that for the mortal ones it can be dangerous to look at her.
Some legends tell that these fairies are descendants from the ancient gods Tuatha of Dannan, and others assure that they are fallen angels, which were not bad enough to be sent to the hell.
This picture is my version of the Queen Maeve, with the forest around her.
Artwork (c) Cris Ortega