Gold Den Drag On
Medium: Oil stick, acrylic, spray paint, charcoal and pencil on canvas.
Good To Know: Shipped direct from artist studio, accompanied by a CoA (Certificate of Authenticity) issued by the artist.
Arty-Fact: Yellow Dragons have been called “superior” and “the most revered of the dragons” because they represent the Emperor and the imperial family. Even in the 21st century, 'yellow' is a colour associated with solidity, reliability and warmth, and it is set aside for royalty and those of higher social class. Gold Dragons share many of these attributes and are recognized as symbols of wealth, wisdom and compassion. During the Chinese New Year holiday, the opening Dragon Dance begins with the arrival of a regal Golden Dragon.
About Nathan Paddison
Australian Nathan Paddison is a multi-award-winning contemporary artist. His paintings are experiential, raw and drawn from a troubled past. His strong lines and approach to a palette meld closely with the physicality and urgency in which he works. Gestural marks and an indistinct language known to the artist form an expressionistic dialogue. The impatience and powerful language in Nathan's work are akin to compulsion rather than task.
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