I like her (I always assume dryads are women) expression - just because something is otherworldly, doesn't mean it's heavenly, right? At least, not in the cherubs and clouds sense. And in this case, she is probably more earthly than we are...

I'm always wondering how someone like her would think.
I think they are female, by definition. Or convention, which is pretty much the same when you're talking mythology.

No idea how she thinks, but I can tell you that she was drawn (and then redrawn as a stencil) for the Dryads, at the request of Pippa. Nothing ever came of it, but I drew something I wouldn't have otherwise, which is usually a good thing.