Abstract painting 40*40*1,6 cm, acrylic on canvas, 2021
Winning the competition TALENT PRIZE AWARD 4th Abstract!!!
A Japanese dragon is a creature of Japanese folklore and mythology. He repeatedly appears as a protector of the Buddhas and a generous giver of happiness and wealth. Most often they live in bodies of water: the ocean, a river or a lake. Despite their attachment to the water element, these dragons often possess the ability to fly. Often they are able to shorten or lengthen their own body, can become invisible and have the ability to reincarnate into other creatures. The breath of Japanese snakes turns into clouds, from which fire or ordinary rain can fall.
This painting are stamps of leftover paint from other paintings! I think it’s a good idea to waste-free paint production! It’s eco-friendly and often creates beautiful paintings!