1999 30.5 x 35.5" 77.5 x 89 cm Acrylic on Canvas
In ancient times people believed that the world was flat. Under the precarious conditions that sailors endured many ships were lost at sea. In order to explain this in a way that people could come to terms with, it was said that the ship had sailed over the edge of the world, and landed in a hostile environment where dragons dwelt waiting to devour the helpless crew. You can actually see written on some ancient maps the words, "Beyond This Point There Be Dragons."
This painting has participated in the following International Exhibit;
12th International Painting Exhibition, Omma Center for Contemporary Art, Crete, Greece 2002