Among all mythical creatures, none have managed to continually captivate us like the fire-spewing reptilian beast, revered in all of mysticism as the dragon. A cultural phenomenon, the dragon is rooted in folklores across the globe, having been identified in both Eastern and European legends. The dragon's physical appearance is an amalgamation of humanity's fear of the wild, its body sharing qualities akin to snakes, bats, and wildcats. Of course, the dragon has, through the annals of history, evolved far beyond an icon of fear, having integrated itself into popular culture as a creature of no simplified black-and-white distinction.
Gallery Nucleus presents an impressive collection of original artwork depicting this iconic creature. This two-level exhibit will showcase a wide spectrum of interpretations in a variety of mediums.