THAT walking stick will be in an art show

E. J. spent a lot of time looking at depictions of Japanese dragons before creating this

E. J. spent a lot of time looking at depictions of Japanese dragons before creating this

Some of you remember the dragon-head walking stick that played such a significant role in The Dragon Lady of Stockbridge: A Tale of Magic in the Gilded Age. Well, the original art for one version of the walking stick is going to be in a juried art exhibition run by the Cambridge (Massachusetts) Art Association, starting December 4! So here’s to artist E. J. Barnes, for taking a few words out of my story and turning it into a striking picture!

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About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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2 Responses to THAT walking stick will be in an art show

  1. Judy says:

    I love that walking stick!! Love the drawing!! Basically have a thing for canes in general and ones with dragon hand holds in particular. I have a dragonish (maybe a bird head) walking stick somewhere but its not nearly as fierce as EJ’s. Although it does have a nifty sword inside attached to the hand hold portion. Wishing EJ some deserved recognition for such an expressive rendering!!

  2. crimsonprose says:

    Hey, Brilliant. My congrats to Ms Barnes. Well deserved.

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