F is for Fox

    by | Feb 6, 2022 | 52in22, Artists, Sylvia | 0 comments

    In Bestiary lore, the Fox is seen as a trickster who rolls around in red mud to look dead and lure birds in so he can eat them. In my Bestiary drawing, the bird and fox work together to fend off the true beasts.

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