Josephine Wall’s “Cirrius Tales Parade” Painting
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  • There is nothing short of magic and festivity in this painting that generates joy and wonder inside of myself, and I hope it can do the same for you

    • by Susanna Frank
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      The painting entitled “The Cirrius Tales Parade” is an enchanting painting that gives new meaning to what might go on in the enchanted woods when night falls and the moon is high in the sky. There is nothing short of magic and festivity in this painting that generates joy and wonder inside of myself, and I hope it can do the same for you.

      In this painting, magical creatures have joined together to march through the woods on a winter’s night when the full


      moon is high in the sky and giving light to the dancing and frolicking creatures. There are fairies with wings, and fairies without, swans with snail shells on their backs and a deer with candles on his antlers shedding even further light onto the parade. The forest looks barren, as though it winter time, yet there are wild flowers growing in vivid colors of purple and blue. The faces of these magical creatures are joyous and enchanting. They seem as though they are ...

      • enjoying themselves with music and laughter on a cold winter’s night when the world has gone to sleep and won’t notice their parade through the woods.

        I really feel that this painting has a great amount of detail that should be incorporated to any good painting that is looking to make an impact. I can see clearly the tiny faces of the fairies and animals as they join together to march through the forest. The mystery behind this painting as well, where the artist

        has created a world that comes to life in the twilight hour of night is so wonderfully impacting that for a moment I forget that this is simply a painting. There is magic here, with the combined colors given to generate life to this painting, it is remarkable that more people don’t already know about it.

        To see this painting as well as other’s from Josephine Wall, you can search for her on the internet and even purchase some of her paintings from her official web page.




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