Saturday, September 12, 2009

Ballerina from the Capitol Show

After the show at the Capitol last month, I pondered on what to do with my ballerina and flamenco dancer paintings. I wanted them to be shown in a setting where they would be enjoyed and maybe even inspiring to those that love dance! Kathy at Dance Images in Bowling Green was kind enough to let me hang my "Dancers" at her dance studio. I've also taken pictures of some of the classes there and I have some wonderful shots that hopefully will become paintings.

Here is another ballerina painting from the Capitol Show. I chose this pose because of the light and the gracefulness of the dancer.

7 x 5
Rhonda Hartis Smith © 2009

12 comments:

The Vintage Kitten said...

This is lovely. I like that you have painted the person from behind, I mean we dont see the face which I dont think we need to see as the painting for me is all about the body shape of the dancer. I especially love the colours in the leotard. Gorgeous X

Rhonda Hartis Smith said...

Thanks so much Ms. Kitten, I wouldn't be able to do this move in a million years!

Paz said...

Beautiful painting. I can feel her graceful move.

Paz (who wouldn't be able to do that move in a million years, too.)

Debbies-English-Treasures said...

What can I say?
You have done it, AGAIN!
Your beautiful paintings never fail to amaze me!
Whishing you a wonderful creative week ahead!

ENJOY LIFE`S SIMPLE TREASURES,
DEBBIE MOSS

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I've always favored your ballerina paintings, Rhonda. You really capture their grace and form.

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mari said...

Beautiful painting, Rhonda. I too, love the fact that you painted her from behind.

Art with Liz said...

There is no doubt that you have an incredible talent for painting the human form and the ballerina is definitely your forte. Really lovely work Rhonda.

L.Holm said...

Beautiful light. Elegant and graceful, Rhonda.

GMG said...

Hi Rhonda,
Great ballerina once again!!
Have a great weekend!

PS: Miss you at Blogtrotter :-(

Gina said...

Beautiful work Rhonda..I love the angle you've painted her from and the muted green background :)

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Rhonda Hartis Smith said...

Thanks everyone, I'm working on more ballerina paintings (I know you're surprised).