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In China the dragonfly is seen as good luck charm, while the Japanese Samurai saw it as a symbol of power, agility and victory. In this artwork the dragonfly is depicted as emblemic, placed central with information and part-ode to the dragonfly written in the background. The fine veined wings of the dragonfly is an ongoing fascination to the artist within her studio work.

odonata ink drawing janet botes

Odonata

 
Ink drawing by Janet Botes
Materials
Ink Ink and coffee on cartridge paper, unframed
Size
W:29cm x H:40cm x D:0.1cm
Requires mounting or framing
Signed on the front by the artist

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    • Artist's Description

      In China the dragonfly is seen as good luck charm, while the Japanese Samurai saw it as a symbol of power, agility and victory. In this artwork the dragonfly is depicted as emblemic, placed central with information and part-ode to the dragonfly written in the background. The fine veined wings of the dragonfly is an ongoing fascination to the artist within her studio work.

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