The real treasures: colorful dragons painted on stones will leave you breathless
Do you like
dragons? We bet not as much as this Russian artist does. She paints these
mystical creatures on stones and they come to life. You’d better see it!
Verkhovskaya is a Russian artist who creates marvelous masterpieces out of
simple stones. She chose her favorite creatures to make special things and
share them with all dragon-lovers. There are amulets, brooches, Christmas balls
and anything one can desire. We adore
her works and hope you’ll like it too!
Do you like dragons? Do they deserve to be the main characters of a work of art? Share your opinion in the comments below.
QUIZZCLUB GRANTED PERMISSION TO USE PHOTOS BY TATIANA VERKHOVSKAYA
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