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I was watching one of my dogs chase her tail the other day, and I started to wonder if maybe snakes ever succumb to the temptation to chase their own tails, leading to the inevitable question, "Okay, I caught it, now what do I do with it?" Since I don't have a snake to find out, the question remains unanswered, but I can't help but wonder if that's where the ancient Greek symbol, the Ouroboros, came from. The Ouroboros represents the cyclical nature of life, and Karl Jung called it an archetypal symbol of the human psyche, but maybe it was just some ancient guy's pet screwing around.

This is the original drawing, done in India ink and colored pencil on Strathmore drawing paper. It measures about 3.5" wide by 3" tall.

Buy it for that person in your life with that goofy pet snake you can't stand, or maybe just someone with a really flexible dog.
Julie D'Arcy

Ouroboros Humorous Snake Tiny Original Drawing Colored Pencil and Ink

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: drawing paper, colored pencil, india ink
  • Feedback: 57 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from New Mexico, United States
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