Walt Wright - American Surrealist - Wyvern Collection
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The WYVERN Collection

Wyverns are very similar to dragons, and in many languages, cultures and contexts no clear distinction is made between the two. Since the sixteenth century, in English, Scottish, and Irish heraldry, one distinction they defined has been that a wyvern has two legs with wings, whereas a dragon has four. This is not always the case in other cultures. However, size seems to be the primary factor. Dragons are huge, whereas a wyvern can be as small as a large lizard or up to as large as a young dragon. In many cultures and for all practical purposes, wyvern means dragon.

All of these are original works of art and currently not for sale.
For a larger image open the Artist Perspective (PDF) that accompanies
the painting. Or you can click the images to open them in a separate window.




Wyvern - Deception
Deception, The Wyvern Collection (2020)
Acrylic on stretch canvas 11 x 14
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Artist perspective - PDF.

Wyvern - Nightmare
Nightmare, The Wyvern Collection (2020)
Acrylic on stretch canvas 11 x 14
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Artist perspective - PDF.

Painting by Walt Wright
Apocalypse (2020)
Acrylic on stretch canvas 12 x 12
Artist perspective - PDF.


Fire And Ice / Game of Thrones
Fire And Ice (2016)
Acrylic on canvas 24 x 18
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Leviathan (sea dragon) Demon of Envy
Leviathan (sea dragon) "Demon of Envy" (2015).
Acrylic on canvas 20 x 16
Artist perspective - PDF






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