Salisbury’s Knights find common ground with dragon

Duncan McKee found new angles for painting, positioning himself on the shelf of the maintenance building. Photo by Alexander Wilburn

SALISBURY — In a distant maintenance building, on the edge of the Salisbury School campus, a monster as tall as the ceiling, with reptilian eyes slanted and open jaws gaping, has been lying in wait. By the time you read this, the chimerical demon will already have made its way into town. Give it a wave as you pass by the Green in front of The White Hart. It will be in residence there through the Salisbury Fall Festival, which will be held from Oct. 6 to 8.

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