Day of the Dragonflies

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Featured in Live. Love. Dream. July 2012
Featured in Art Universe July 2012
Featured in Acrylic Painting July 2012
Featured in Painters Universe July 2012

Change.
This is the day of CHANGE!

In many regions of the world, and as a norm of this day, the dragonfly is considered to be an agent of change and presumably symbolic of a sense of self realization. Self realization from how the dragonfly uses its power to control its movements and so elegantly. And change and evolution is all about the dragonfly’s ability to fly and the way it can be comfortable on water, land as well as the air.

This mixed media painting (9″ × 12″) is made from acrylic, Inktense pencils, and FW acrylic ink on heavyweight Strathmore Acrylic Paper.

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