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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Keeping On Your Toes

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Ballet Slippers, Oil, 8" x 10"
As a mother of three boys sometimes I find the need to paint really "girlie" things. There is something about dancers that intrigues me. This is the second painting I have done of ballet slippers. I know the colors are a bit dull, but I like it anyway!

5 comments:

rahina qh said...

not dull at all, this is a sensitive painting of quite an ethereal moment... r.

Marian Fortunati said...

Very cool.
I love the unusual view of this painting. And the way it sparkles out from the background and subtly sort of draws you in.
From the thumbnail on my website I was thinking it was the trunks of birches.. but this is just absolutely lovely!

LSaeta said...

Rahina,
Thanks. I guess the colors aren't actually that dull ...

LSaeta said...

Marina,
Glad you like the painting. Funny that the painting looked entirely different in the thumbnail!

Kim VanDerhoek said...

Your knife work really creates a sense of movement in this painting.

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