Dragon and abstraction

Dragon and Abstraction

Piece description from the artist

What better time to display this piece than The Year of the Dragon? I frequently work very loosely and abstractly in the initial stages of a watercolor. Then I look to see what can be added to augment or bring the piece into some degree of reality ~ in this case, the dragon's head. It's drippy, bloody and creepy. What more would you expect from a dragon?

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About Richard Green

Eden Prairie, MN

Richard Green holds a Bachelor's degree in music and art history from the University of Minnesota, and a commercial art certificate from The Hennepin County Technical College. The 35mm camera he received for his seventh birthday was probably the catalyst which would eventually lead to a career in art direction and graphic design. He is a self-taught watercolor artist and oftentimes combines a variety of mediums, including a computer to achieve the effects he desires.

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