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Falling Beakface by Firedrake
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Silly duffer….A+ for effort though.

Painted for the Edition Magazine launch at Gallery 696 on the 20th of March – the colours this time are grey and red!

Watercolour, chalk pastel, ink, conte on canvas.

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A collection of curious beasts of the sea, air, land and subconscious; painted and drawn with airbrush, dip pen and stained fingers, lovingly embellished with iridescent pigments and metal leaf.
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  • Tama Blough
    Tama Bloughabout 5 years ago

    Looks like somebody was reading about Icarus and didn’t get to the end!

  • Haha…I loved that story!!

    – Firedrake

  • Paul Louis Villani
    Paul Louis Vil...about 5 years ago

    Ooooh, poor thing, hope he lands softly! The red and gray work so well together! Excellent creation Kaitlin! :D

  • alykat
    alykatabout 5 years ago

    Aw! Gorgeous

  • GloriaDK
    GloriaDKabout 5 years ago

    I think he may have a thick skin for protection, the red and gray are nice colours.

  • paulcompton
    paulcomptonabout 5 years ago

    Stunning and uniquely your style Firedrake. Your take on the story of Icarus perhaps ; )
    Great piece.

  • Marie Magnusson
    Marie Magnussonabout 5 years ago

    oh no, the poor thing…
    looks fantastic, love the red!

  • Tania  Donald
    Tania Donaldabout 5 years ago

    pure magic! what a fantastic imagination you have….

  • tambatoys
    tambatoysabout 5 years ago

    love the red!

  • BGlatzeder
    BGlatzederabout 5 years ago

    … love the bits of stickytape on the feathers :-)) – and it’s really amazing how they always look shiny and leathery in a way. Fantastic technique! Needless to say, this one made me smile. A+

  • Thanks :)

    – Firedrake

  • ArtCreator
    ArtCreatorabout 5 years ago

    LOL… poor ‘little something’. The contrasts between red and grey makes it much more intense. Wonderful excecuted.

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