The Jolly Wizard
Dimensions: 15.5 in X 12 in
The Jolly Wizard by John Curtis Crawford
A jolly, playful and - even by Fairy standards - slightly mad Fairy Wizard popped out of his tree hole one day, amidst swirls of multi-colored smoke and noxious fumes, muttering distractedly. It seems the tree's Fairies had evicted him because his latest experiment set the tree's leaves coughing. The guardian Fairies were not pleased. The Fairy Wizard adjusted his green pointed hat and set about enlisting help in building a house no one could throw him out of. He was wildly entertaining as he hopped up and down in his mismatched, brightly colored robes and crooked hat, so many creatures decided to help. Everyone insisted that the Fairy Wizard build the house with covered windows and a chimney to safely channel the fumes of his concoctions. He says all the pretty colors in the house have inspired him to work on projects to make people laugh. (No one told him all he had to do to cause raucus laughter was stick his head out the door.)
Poster: Acid free heavyweight paper
Shipped rolled in tube.
Limited edition print: numbered and signed by the artist.
Archival inks on lustro gloss
Includes separate card with story