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Size: 24″ x 18″ Support: Stretched canvas Description: A depiction of a ballet dancer composed on quality stretched canvas. This painting will need framing before hanging. The artwork is accompanied by an official Certificate of Authentication signed by the artist.
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Artist Comments: This painting is of no one in particular… just a dancer. Ballet is a form of dance and expression that I admire. If I had had opportunity to do so when I was a young girl, I would have loved to take ballet. But my family didn’t have a lot of money to spare. I am very grateful to be an oil painting artist though, thanks to my dad. Check out my artist bio.
I love live ballet performances. Nothing can compare with watching these talented artists on stage. The music, the sets, the ambiance, and the gracefulness of these dancers as they move across the stage is something to behold.
Performing ballet is not for “the faint at heart.” To become a professional dancer, training often starts as early as 2 years of age. And it takes years of extensive training and proper technique in order to hone one’s skill enough to become part of a professional dance company. In addition, ballerinas are at high risk of injury because the style and technique of this art form can be so demanding.
I was in my late teens when I saw my first ballet. My best friend Cyndie and her family had tickets to see the Nutcracker Suit at a theater in town. I can’t remember the reason why, but Cyndie wasn’t able to attend so she gave me her ticket. She felt of all her friends, I would appreciate the ballet the most and she was right. Thank you Cyndie for allowing me to have your seat at the ballet. I’ve love this art form ever since.