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  • Linda Hack

    Last Updated:12/26/10

    First drawing
    Drawing Number One Let me tell you about the first drawing reproduced on the following page. What I see in the image is the merging of good and evil symbolized by the creature having only one angelic wing. I took this drawing and others to a coffee house inFt. Myers,...
  • Linda Hack

    Last Updated:12/26/10

    Drawing Two
    Drawing Number Two As with drawing number one, drawing number two was a mystery to me. In doing research I found that since ancient times, birds with their connection to the sky have long been thought of as a supernatural or mythical link between heavens and earth. Middle eastern and Asian cultures often conceptualize birds...
  • Linda Hack

    Last Updated:12/26/10

    Drawing Three
    Drawing Number Three This drawing appears to be a dragon of some type. . Dragons are usually shown in modern times with a bodies like that of a huge lizards, or a snakes with two pairs of lizard-type legs and able to emit fire from their mouths. The european dragon has bat-type wings growing from its back. A dragon-like creature...
  • Linda Hack

    Last Updated:12/26/10

    Drawing Four
    Drawing Number Four The drawing appears to be a picture within several pictures. If you turn the drawing it yields a clearer view of the different images. My impression is that the drawing shows a bird-fish image emerging from the main figure. As with the early drawings the bird may represent the human soul. The fish became a symbol...
  • Linda Hack

    Last Updated:12/26/10

    Drawing Five
    Drawing Number Five What I see in this drawing is a wild boar lurking about waiting. What is known about wild boar is that by nature is they are very distrustful and destructive. The boar is sacred in the Wicca religion. It is both cunning and ferocious. The boar symbolizes a warrior spirit, courage, leadership and direction....
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