It's been 10 years since I painted "The Sock Dragon"! So I thought I would celebrate by updating the painting as an exercise to see artistic growth. I'm happy with how it has turned out. Below is the text from the first post on this blog. Dragons, they have become rare in our day and... Continue Reading →
The stresses of relocating life and belongings isn't a uniquely human experience. Dragons have had to deal with that challenge for centuries and they still do in our modern age!
Majestic. That is the word that best described the great dragons of old. They were proud and noble and terrible to behold. They looked down upon the works of men and defied them to the last. Fear was an emotion that they were unfamiliar with. Their hunting ability was legendary- They would take and none could... Continue Reading →
In the past dragon sightings were taken as a sign of ill news, in modern times things have changed... sort of
In the spirit of Valentine's day, what better time than now to reflect on the pairing practice's of dragons?
Dragons as a species are incredibly task oriented. They are goal setters and go-getters. They see a pile of treasure, they covet a pile of treasure and they steal a pile of treasure. Or they see a beautiful bouquet of flowers they covet a beautiful bouquet of flowers and the tear up a beautiful bouquet... Continue Reading →
Many of the worlds most ancient civilizations contain legends of the Ouroboros, the serpent that devours it's own tail. Mankind has adopted this dragon as a symbol for infinity and wholeness, even immortality. The largest description of this dragon was Jörmungandr the world encircling serpent. Although Jörmungandr has disappeared into the mists of time he did set rather... Continue Reading →