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  • I love how the windows and lanterns that one would see on a boat are clear as day on this creature and look to be both inviting and guiding the way to other sailors out at sea

    • by Susanna Frank
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      Josephine Wall has amazed me yet again in this fun and magical painting she has called, “Dragonship”. There is nothing short of brilliance and fantasy in this painting that reminds me very much of my dream world, or any dream world in general. Her use of colors and fantastical figures makes for a wonderful painting that I am sure many will be able to appreciate.

      This painting depicts a


      beautiful woman who has set out on a voyage across the sea, with a half dragon and half ship like vessel that is grand and friendly looking. Dragons are thought of most times as being mean and evil creatures, and Josephine Wall has created a warm and welcoming beast that this woman can depend on and trust during her voyage to the far off land she is journeying to.

      My favorite part about this painting is the dragon itself. How the artist has used such creativity and skill to create a half boat and half dragon creature that looks just as normal as a bird in the blue sky. I love how the windows and lanterns that one would see on a boat are clear as day on this creature and look to be both inviting ...


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      and guiding the way to other sailors out at sea. This painting makes me wonder where this woman is off to, and whether or not she comes from a world where they accept creatures such as the one she is traveling on or whether or not they are a secret. That is a great part of this painting, that it sets out to create an entire story right
      there on the canvas of a still painting.

      The colors and the genuine magic behind this painting is wonderful, and I just know that many other people will be able to enjoy this sort of magical moment framed forever on a canvas. To see this poem and others from Josephine Wall, you can search for her on the internet, where you can even then purchase her paintings if you so choose.




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