Enter the fantastical and enchanting world created by artist Josephine Wall, populated by fairies, wizards, goddesses, angels and nature spirits. Enjoy and discover some of her most beautiful artworks, alongside engaging text that discusses the life and work of Josephine as well as taking a wider look at the art and artists that have influenced her. Then read on further as we delve into the mythic influences and folklore that lie at the heart of Josephine's art, from Mother Earth and the Green Man to Northern European, Native American, African and Aboriginal legends. The book explores the motivations and wonders of art that reaches deep into the imagination to create magical and otherworldly realms.
Josephine Wall's fantasy art adorns the walls of the famous and the everyday. Her inspiring visions of other worlds are influenced by Arthur Rackham, Magritte, Dali, and the pre-Raphaelites. She received the prestigious Artv Awards in las Vegas in 2014. Joseph Simas is a widely-published writer of poetry, fiction, screenplays, translations, journals - and essays, mostly on art and artists. Born and raised in California, he became a self-proclaimed nomad and eternal student who has worked on all aspects of writing while traveling, working and living throughout Europe.