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  • The world around her is created so delicately that I love looking at this painting and can almost see the tree branches flowing in the springs breeze

    • by Susanna Frank
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      In this enchantingly beautiful painting entitled “Fairy Bubbles” by Josephine Wall, a mesmerizing portrait is created that peeks into a world from a fairy tale. No artist I have ever seen has matched the talents of Josephine Wall when it comes to painting images from the imagination and fantasy worlds.

      This painting depicts a beautiful little girl fairy who is blowing a bubble. That bubble gives way to another bubble where there is an image of her blowing another


      bubble. That bubble shows the same picture of her blowing a bubble, and this repeats and repeats inside of the fairies original bubble.

      The most striking of qualities in this painting, is that the fairy girl looks so real that it looks like a true child’s face that is just placed on a fairy body. The realism of this painting is so bold and apparent that I have stared at it for several minutes trying to see how an ...


      • artist can paint something that is so life like in the painting of a fairy world. The world around her is created so delicately that I love looking at this painting and can almost see the tree branches flowing in the springs breeze. I haven’t even mentioned the beautiful quality of the wings on this innocent fairy, they are filled with color and distinction and again, look so realistic despite them being fairy wings.

        Even if you are not into

        the paintings that are part of the fantasy world, I am sure that you can appreciate the fact that Josephine Wall has mastered the art of bringing the fantasy world to life in realistic paintings such as this. To be able to see this painting and many other realistic fantasy worlds that Josephine Wall has created, you can search for her on the internet. You can even purchase some of her paintings online if there are particular ones that appeal to you.




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