A peak at some of my artwork

Felt like doing something a little different today, and since I’ve been clearing through my digital life, I found some of my older artwork and pottery sculptures and thought I would share them.  I have always found it good to have another creative outlet.

Banner a peak at some of my artwork, featuring a stack of coloured pencil crayons

coloured drawing of a purple dragon with black mane sitting
Purple dragon drawn 2003
coloured drawn of a wolf's head howling by Ari Meghlen
Wolf’s Howl drawn 2007
coloured drawing of a rearing unicorn pegasus by ari meghlen
Rearing unicorn-pegasus (character is KreativeKathy’s) my half of our art trade, drawn 2007
pottery sculpture of an apatosaurus sitting
Dino sculpture – Apatosaurus
pottery sculpture of a stegosaurus sitting
Dino sculpture – Stegosaurus
pottery sculptures - triceratops sitting and a little triceratops beside it
Dino sculpture – Triceratops and baby
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Sleeping dragon
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This is actually my incense holder.  There is a hole in the base to put an incense cone and the smoke comes out the mouth.  He took me FOREVER to make because he had to be hollow inside.

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Hope you enjoyed these pictures and the small glimpse into my other creative outlets. 

I’ll be back on Monday with another post.  If you like this blog, please follow or share it and any comments, please leave them in the comments section below 🙂

Happy writing

Ari

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12 comments

    1. Aww thank you Clare. I love them too. I did end up with SO many pottery dragons at one point, I ended up selling some before my house became overwhelmed with them lol

    1. 😀 Thank you. I love dragons, I always ended up drawing them then sculpting them. Even ended up teaching several ladies at the pottery studio how to make sleeping dragons as they wanted them as gifts for their kids 😀

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