Following on from where ‘Spellbound I’ left off, Miller James’s ‘Spellbound II’, admittedly, doesn’t appear to have relocated that far at first glance. As with the previous original incarnation we oversee the semblance of mushrooms, waterfalls and sailboats. And naturally enough this quite stunning graphical backdrop of lush greenery and calming waters. But on closer inspection we note various subtle changes, the sum parts of which illustratively add up to a wholly new compositional total, of course.
Fans of fast emerging and much-trumpeted contemporary landscape artists (two artists, one common creative thread), Miller James’s fans new and old (ish) will be keen to get their hands on this brand new Spring 2015 original release, and with that very much in mind we’re expecting a surge of interest this season. So as not to be disappointed in missing out on this visually seductive and pictorially enchanting Miller James original, we would suggest interested parties spoke soon or (possibly) forever hold their peace (at least with a view to securing this fine example of the unique duo’s magical craft).