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 →
Some predators will test whether an object is edible by gently mouthing it. If they find it inedible or not to their liking they will ignore it. Dragons prefer to test whether an object is edible by gently setting it on fire, which -although highly successful for determining edibility- is very destructive to the object.
The existence of gnomes is a hotly debated topic in scientific circles. All possible concrete evidence of their existence is believed by most to be lost to the ancient past. I believe that frequently reported aspects of dragon behavior may prove that they did in fact exist and what's more, I am almost certain... Continue Reading →
Modern dragons don't react well to to human authority. To say that they have a rebellious streak is a bit of an understatement. They remember a time when they answered to no one and held sway over all they surveyed. They may no longer be able to unleash wanton destruction upon any a passer by.... Continue Reading →
Historically speaking dragons have often been associated with water. They, like any top predator, would secure for themselves that most valuable of resources and defend it. They would often establish a burrow or occupy a cave close by their chosen water source. Whether that water source was a town well, watering hole, dam or... Continue Reading →
It was a hot summers weekend and as had become the norm for a Saturday I headed to the Black River to rack up search time. I figured seeing as I'm the only one looking for this dragon I'm likely to to be the only one to find it. There are a few places... Continue Reading →