‘Dragon Rider’ is Kerry Darlington’s eagerly awaited follow-up in the magical ‘Worlds Collide’ series. A victorious riot of colour, join the adventure in the skies above the artist’s own interpretation of the legendary wizarding street, Diagon Alley.
In the next chapter of an epic tale set in the World of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Kerry Darlington paints the skies pink in a joyous composition that celebrates childhood adventures. A little girl rides a soaring dragon in a tribute to the original title ‘Worlds Collide’; also in reference to another beloved work of literature, Darlington states that ‘Eragon’ by Christopher Paolini has influenced ‘Dragon Rider’, alongside the iconic Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling. Further weaving her own personal heritage into the work, the mythical Welsh dragon has potent meaning for the artist
As an extra special complimentary gift, Wyecliffe Galleries are proud to offer the first ever publication devoted to the remarkable creative career of one of our most celebrated artists. A retrospective including Kerry Darlington’s varied and extraordinary collections from Portraits to Godrics Hollow. This incredible keepsake brochure is the ultimate must-have for the dedicated collector.
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We specialise in supplying the best of Kerry Darlington's artwork, the full artists portfolio both to the UK and internationally. The Wyecliffe Gallery can assist the investor/collector in obtaining rare sold out originals and prints, personalised paintings and special editions, from the stable of this best selling artists work. If you are searching for a rare sold out release or interested in investing in or commissioning a piece by Kerry Darlington then please get in touch.
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