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Dragon Painting - Dragon Fire by Karen L Christophersen

Dragon Fire is a painting by Karen L Christophersen which was uploaded on October 31st, 2007.

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Third Whoops! I was at another site and there was MY photo. Coming back here I didn't notice when I wrote the last comment that actually Robbie was still apprearing here - dont ask me why - or anything else. And I'm not coming back here except to look at the exciting paintings for any about of US pre-2008 dollars, but maybe for love if not money! So, Peace, again, and lots more etc., Bruce

Second WHOOPS! Forgot I changed headshot to me (still 69 a little while). I can't remember why I just changed them, but some places its the kid, and I'll change back soon. Peace. still, etc., Bruce

SPACE COPS GOT ME AGAIN! And just for this little bit, too! Anyway, whatever anybody SEES, I find it very exciting and in ways indescribable - which is why many of us make paintings instead of essays. Thank you for making this one and many others, Karen! Peace, etc., Bruce (and cat, Lenny, 11), oh(and also son, Robbie, 8).

Well, is nobody, not even the maker in her bio, going to comment on the title of the painting and what that might mean to or for them (viewers). Myself, I really appreciate the bright yellow at the bottom (changed here from original [wish I knew how to do that without losing comments]) which (the bottom bright yellow) sends me view up to the top (I think by its two upward pointing ends of the banana shape).

VERY dynamic; the kind of painting you cannot ignore. It demands your attention. Good work!

Updated image with no flash is now posted. Terrance, thank you for the inspiring comments.

an interesting piece...unfortunate about the light at the bottom (try outside no flash)...the piece has many aspects including number symbolism...but i am drawn to the secondary imagry that appear to the outside areas and perhaps back from the subject...it is a fresh and crisp image and has an important questioning quality...very nice tdp

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