Some of the most striking, stylised and dynamic characters in contemporary art come from dragons.

The most famous are the ones with horns, with which the art form has become synonymous.

They are also a source of inspiration for those who want to create new art and inspire others.

This is why, for the past few years, a team of young artists from all over the world has worked to develop a way of using the dragon motifs and other aspects of dragon art to create the best-looking, most creative and most innovative work of their lives.

The group has been creating works using dragon motif on a regular basis since 2014, when they met at the Venice Biennale.

They first began with an online competition to win the title of the best Dragon Art by a team in China, and a follow-up competition to the winner.

It has been the group’s hope to continue working together, which has allowed them to create their first piece of work in 2017.

“We wanted to be a team that was able to come together as a team, work with each other and create something unique.

We really enjoyed the challenge of the competition, so we have kept going,” said Alina Mokhari, a member of the team, adding that the idea was born from a desire to explore how art can connect with a dragon’s horn.

The team members said they are currently working on several pieces in the process, including a dragon on a tree, a dragon sitting on a chair and a dragon holding a bowl of water.

The inspiration for the first piece is the “dragon-dance”, in which a group of six people gather around a small dragon and perform a variety of dance moves.

It was inspired by a series of sculptures made in the 1930s in Russia by the artist Andrey Bessakov, whose works are often seen in museums and in galleries.

Bessakov was inspired to make these works after he witnessed an old-school Russian dance troupe, the Tsarevich, perform their signature “turtle dance”.

“There were so many people who came and danced, and they didn’t seem to have any problem with it,” Bessarov said.

“The turtle dance became such a thing, it is very popular now, but people are still dancing on it.

It is a very traditional thing.

It seems so silly to be doing it, but the fact that we can do it, that makes it interesting.””

I think it’s interesting because it’s so different from the usual dances of the time,” he continued.

“It has such a different feeling, which is why we are trying to make it very beautiful and unique.”

This is how a group from Bulgaria performs the “tourist’s dragon” in Moscow in 2014.

The new piece is a bit more adventurous.

In it, the group of artists have created a dragon with a head, legs and tail.

In one of the poses, the dragon has its arms outstretched, making it appear to be standing.

“Our idea is to do something different from what you see in traditional art.

We want to change the world,” Mokhrari said.

In addition to her work for the team and the Venice Exhibition, the young artist has been working on her own creative work.

The team’s aim is to eventually open a studio in order to produce a full-length series of Dragon Art.

“I would love to be able to create a piece every day, as well as doing one for a group every day,” she said.

“That’s my dream.

I would love the whole world to see it.

We can’t just focus on one artist.

I have to work together with other artists.””

This is the most exciting moment in my life.

It’s a chance to make my own art and create my own world,” she added.

The next step for the young team is to open an exhibition in the Netherlands.

It will take place in September next year, and is expected to attract more than 100 people, including artists from Bulgaria, Japan, Spain and other countries.