A hare and a dragon.

I have driven from one corner of Wales to another, along beautiful roads, through mountains, along the pathways of Taliesin, all the while thinking about moths and myths and other things. And I have worked away in a school telling stories, reading and painting and making paper boats.




Meanwhile in Dulverton, Number Seven have been blogging about a small beauty and in London Harper collins have been blogging about a small beauty of a different kind, The Wilful Princess and the Wayward Prince by Robin Hobb.

About Jackie

I am an artist and writer. I live in a small house by the sea in Wales where I write, paint, walk and watch and dream of bears and whales. I love to read, have a wish for wings and prefer the company of animals to that of humans, though at times I can be quite friendly. I am learning how to work with wood engraving tools and hoping to show that you can teach an old dog new tricks.
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2 Responses to A hare and a dragon.

  1. Patience Light says:

    I discovered your work yesterday on a visit to Seaways bookshop in Fishguard. What a treat! I love you blog too, especially the notebooks. I think Anais Nin wrote a book about diaries and journals. Lovely, lovely, lovely. I shall immediately go and find mine.

  2. Jason Teng says:

    Hello Jackie! This is Jason here from Malaysia. I really love your artwork of the Dragon and the Hare.

    Don’t know if it’s fate but my girlfriend and I run a small business that goes by Dragon and The Hare. The name came naturally to us as my girlfriend is born in the year of the dragon, whereas I in the year of the rabbit (according to the Chinese Zodiac). Hence, the name 🙂

    I came across your picture on Google Images as I searched for beautiful illustrations to represent what we are. And your image resonated with me. It’s a beautiful artwork that’s both mystical and magical, representing what we really hope to do for small businesses like us.

    Please let me know if we can use your artwork, even if it is for a price. And whether it’s possible to obtain a higher definition of that beautiful artwork.

    We will gladly credit you and make known of your works.

    Looking forward to a favorable reply 🙂

    Thank you

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