Lillian atte Valeye
Baroness Lillian atte Valleye
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For more than a decade, Baroness Lillian atte Valleye, known as Lily or Lily of the Valley, has been a merchant at both the Lakewood & West Windsor Lion's Club Renne Faires, where she sells her one-of-a-kind handmade dolls, ensuring that every child can afford to take one home. She donates one of her large-sized dolls to be used as a door prize at the Faire.
She is an active member of the Barony of Carillion and attends as many events as she can in and around her home barony. Every event at which Baroness Lily can be found is certain to have an Art & Sciences display, and most often, she will be found tending the display. Her efforts to support & encourage the artists and would-be artists extend beyond activities at events. She also endeavors to hold all-are-welcome, non-garbed sewfests several times throughout the year. When the site allows, These sewfests also provide a space at which the gifted artists of the barony may share their knowledge of a given subject with interested gentles. When possible, she also lines up classes to be held at baronial events and sewfests.
Offices & Positions
- Mistress of Arts & Sciences, Barony of Carillion, 2004-2019
- Mistress of Arts & Sciences, Canton of the Keep by the Endless Sea, 2000-2004
Honours & Awards
- Order of Saint Ruprecht, January 2018
- Court Barony, May 2015
- Companion of the Maunche, March 24, 2013
- Premier Companion to the Order of the Beacons of Carillion, April 2012
- Companion of the Silver Crescent, September 21, 2008
- Award of Arms, July 26, 2003
- Companion of the Sable Bell, October 12, 2002
- Companion of the Golden Chime
Events & Activities
A&S Displays at all Barony of Carillion Events Lady Lily is also known for facilitating Arts & Sciences in and around her home barony by supporting and encouraging the artistic endeavors of the populace.
Dolls in History
Projects & Publications
Baroness Lily's artistic skill is put to use in creating illuminations for award scrolls ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/80541612@N02/). She delights in designing scrolls that are personal to the recipient, including a household banner here or a tie-dyed quilt there. When she is not creating scrolls for friends or on a specific assignment, she creates blanks for the office of the Tyger Clerk.
Her artwork has been used by the East Kingdom newsletter, the Pikestaff, as well as dozens of editions of the baronial newsletter, the Clochette.
She has created miniatures for the Queen's Largess at Pennsic, as well.