Reblog of An Evening At The Mermaid Art Exhibit

April 30, 2018 at 10:39 pm (Aesthetics, Art, Arts, Culture, Fantasy, Folklore, Humour, Mythology, painting, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , )

A vampire novel chapter I wrote over a year ago about an evening at the mermaid art exhibit which turned out to be as riotous as the Marx Brothers’ night at the opera:

Dracul Van Helsing

“Ladies and gentlemen,” Sir Nigel Blake-Lenin the curator of the Dashwood Forrest Art Gallery announced to those gathered at the Mermaid Art Exhibit’s opening night, “regrettably the artist Miss Charmaine Olivia will not be able to be with us this evening…”

The crowd moaned and groaned their disappointment.

“Yes,” Sir Nigel Blake-Lenin sighed in sympathy, “Miss Olivia ate some rather bad tuna fish sandwiches earlier this evening that she had thought had come from the Exhibit caterers but they turned out to have been brought in by a mysterious third party…”

“So she’s the one who ate all my tuna fish sandwiches that I had brought with me tonight,” Renfield seethed to Amadeus.

“Then you might have been the one who came down with food poisoning,” Amadeus pointed out.

“I guess every cloud has a silver lining,” Renfield grinned.

A dark cloud appeared over the gallery and an American silver…

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2 Comments

  1. Apple Rae said,

    Too much happenings on the Mermaid Art Exhibit! How does Mulligan looks like? I’m intrigued. This is my favorite line from Renfield: “I don’t imagine being dead helps your mental powers that much either,” lol just hilarious. And now the Mulligan has been revived, does that make him a double dead Zombie? Lol

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, I guess that makes him a double dead zombie 🧟‍♂️ LOL !

      That’s a good question.

      What does Mulligan look like?

      I should ask my friend Sherry who’s an artist 👩‍🎨 to do a sketch of him. 🙂

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