lthough I had to put most of them in a dark cave for most of the last few years, I collect dragons, which like armadillos, have achieved semi-mythical status in my philosophies. Dragons are, of course, real. Pterodactyls once lofted over the earth, and Komodos still lay waste to whatever falls in their reach.
But it is as mythical creatures that I like them best. As such they are not burdened with realities and can do some amazing things. I put them in the cave (my closet) for that while, so they wouldn't cause any more fires in my already fully conflagrated Transition (whose 112+ essays will eventually grace this site).
This is just the beginniing.
Epiphany card from poet, artist and art critic Gerald Burns
Stainless Steel Dragon
Tiny Jade Dragon
Florid Menu Dragon
Asian Bowl Dragon
Winged Carved Wood Gator Dragon
cut paper dragon card
Fire Dragon Vase
White Ceramic Dragon
Tiny Crystal Dragon with melted marbles