Hearing rumors of a great and terrible dragon, young St. George finally worked-up the courage to go see this awful beast for himself, but is surprised to learn that the dragon isn’t nearly so terrible as others had described him once St. George overcame his initial fright.
This St. George & the Dragon illustration was made with poseable mixed-media art dolls, the set is made of wood, cardboard, sand, rocks, a miniature sword letter opener, and was lighted and photographed. Let St. George vanquish the dragons of frightful imagining in your home!
You can see how how the art dolls were crafted here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAf3rD7hx0o&list=PL_-zBZ2ikGTR1fFTrYH38R7lNYe1QSSfN
Greetings & welcome! I make the imaginary a reality with my handmade mixed-media fantasy art dolls. With polymer clay, acrylic paint, armature wire, fabric, and other materials, along with photography, I make mixed-media dolls that have a life and personality of their own because I believe the world could use more Make Believe.
If you'd like to see my process, you can watch on my YouTube channel at www.YouTube.com/theDreamSyndicateArts where I'm posting new videos on Saturdays @ 2PM EST.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.