Sunday, September 04, 2005

Acorn and the Dryad by Esao Andrews

According to a Pixelsurgeon interview, no member of Esao's family had ever seen his work since he was a wee boy of 8 years growing up in Arizona, until recently.

This painting is that of a dryad and a unicorn, both creatures of mythology. The dryad is a creature of Greek mythology whose asso-ciation is usually tied to the wood Nymphs. Dryads are the tree spirits of the oak tree, while unicorns are probably the most popular mytho-logical creature.

The most famous painting of a dryad is by Evelyn De Morgan (1850-1919).


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9/04/2005 9:18 PM  
Blogger Kev said...

I have a fond interest in both mythology and Macabre so this piece is perfect to me.
You have exquisite taste babe<3

9/04/2005 9:56 PM  
Blogger Cade said...

Thank you Kevin. n_n

9/04/2005 9:59 PM  
Blogger gerard_mew said...

i love mythology too but the dragon is my fav out of all the creacheres in the fantasy world is just awe inspiring very nice unicorn though :D g.p

9/04/2005 10:28 PM  
Blogger kenvin said...

hello ms.pinky starfish, didn't expect to c so many nude art pieces here too.. heh.. =P

9/05/2005 7:57 AM  
Anonymous ms. pinky starfish said...

:P There are only two on this entire site!

9/05/2005 8:07 AM  
Anonymous ms. pinky starfish said...

...oh wait. There is the body art in the July archive. That's got heavy nakeyness n.n

9/05/2005 8:10 AM  
Blogger actonbell said...

That's wild that no one in Esao's family saw his work for all those years, and sad. I like mythology, too.

9/05/2005 6:11 PM  
Anonymous taylor said...

thouhgt dryads swam

9/05/2005 11:43 PM  
Blogger kenvin said...

wOo.. heavy nakeyness somemore.. =x

9/06/2005 5:06 AM  
Blogger Cade said...

Acton Bell: His work is probably very personal to him. Aww.

Taylor: I think you're thinking of Morrowind? :P

Kenvin: The piece makes the nakeyness, not the nakeyness makes the piece.

9/06/2005 3:27 PM  
Blogger bricotrout said...

aspen (from aspensart) "i like the lines and colors"

9/17/2005 6:05 PM  
Blogger Cade said...

Thank you for your comment Aspen.

9/18/2005 6:04 AM  

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