Bestselling Watercolor Purple Ballerinas

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Today I want to express my appreciation to an Art Collector who purchased this Purple Ballerinas Silhouettes in Watercolor from Wayfair under my licensing contract. How lovely that people can have this art-piece in their home interior decor now.

Art Gallery To Visit And Enjoy : Watercolor Silhouettes

 

Licensing Contract for Art Interior Decor

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wall art
A Licensing company proposed to sell my art in several venues with two year contract. 
They selected more than two hundred pieces from my Watercolor Silhouettes and Bicycles  Galleries to deliver beautiful  canvas prints, decals, and framed art to the Art Collectors all around the country with Free Shipping for over $49.00 purchases. The prices for the artworks are pretty competitive too.

I love the clean and precise presentation of my art on their website:

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Watercolor Painting of Silver Ballet Slippers for a Beautiful Ballerina

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watercolour artwork of ballet slippers and pearl beads
Watercolor Painting Of Ballet Slippers by Irina Sztukowski
Print is available HERE

Watercolor of Silver Ballet Slippers for a young Beautiful Ballerina.

More artwork for Dance Lovers:

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Waltz Of The Flowers

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Irina Sztukowski watercolor
For the artist that loves flowers and music, it was very easy for me to imagine those two together.
Besides, quite often I listen to the music while I am painting. And, quite often it is classical music. One of my favorite pieces by Tchaikovsky is the music for ballet Nutcracker
The Walt Of The Flowers and Adagio I can listen twenty times a day and never get tired. There is certain magic in each sound and a wave of that music. 
When I listen to it, my brush paints itself, or my brain “composes” the art pieces and I create new designs with previously painted flowers as if it was “by magic” :).

This little series of Walt Of The Flowers (that keeps growing of course), I have added to my Dance Gallery with different watercolor ballerina’s silhouettes.


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Irina Sztukowski watercolor collage

Waltz Of The Flowers Painting with Notes

More designs and musical pieces are available HERE.

And, as always, all new artworks you can find on my website www.artirina.com

Dance. From Cool To Hot!

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Swan Lake Ballet art
Last weekend I have watched an outstanding performance of Smuin Ballet. They were giving only three concerts near the place I live; and, I am so glad I was able to get the tickets and enjoy their Holiday show. 

Smuin ballet is located in San Francisco. They perform all over the country. And they have great team of professional dancers from all over the world. 

I was watching precise movements of the ballerinas and caught myself on a thought that,usually, when I watch ballet, I always afraid that the dancer makes mistake; that there will be a tiny slip or break in the flow. But, this time, I was relaxed, enjoying the professional moves carefully coordinated with music tones. 

The choreography was amazing; the dancers were superb.  
My Dancing series came in mind as I could definitely see there a great friendship between music, dance, and visual arts.

As ballet started with the classical scene, I want to share a few art pieces of mine that correlate so well with the first Act of the concert.

abstract Ballet watercolor

watercolor painting

These watercolor ballerinas silhouettes I placed into the silver frame, to add some cool tones to the sky blue and ultramarine colors. 

Playful white ballerinas’ silhouettes from  my Dancing With The Stars series, have no need to be in color. The white of the bodies shows the movement of the dancer and the watercolor background implies the deep blue blue night:

watercolor art Ballerina Silhouette

white silhouette dance
The second part of the Smuin Ballet performance, was as they said Cool Ballet. Yet it was really great and cool; I wanted to call it HOT. The second Act was all about Christmas and Holidays songs; and the colors were yellow, red, gold, and sparkly.

Right away, I had a vision of hot dancing ballerinas made in watercolors:

yellow red abstract dance

warm tones abstract painting


The sounds of music added so much vibrant lines into my artist imagination. I saw an abstract floral dance in my mind when watching hot movements on the stage.

colorful dance painting
And the last art piece I want to share here, is an abstract warm fantasy of a rising from whimsical Earthy colors ballerina. 
She has tones of Mother Nature in her outfit and monumental beauty of Arabesque dance.

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By now I have around seven dozens of different figurines in my Dance Gallery that were inspired by watching Ballet and Ballroom dancing and by listening to a classical and contemporary music. 


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Dancing Pearls

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Irina Sztukowski




One day pearls had a dream, they wanted to dance. They sneaked into ballet slippers and waited for their turn…
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I love watching ballet. My childhood city Saint Petersburg is famous by Kirov (now Mariinsky) Theater. I used to come there when I was a kid and always was curious how those tiny teeny girls can dance on their tiptoes barely touching the ground. It seemed so easy so light. When I was around ten my Dad helped the theater to pack their costumes for a business trip; and, when they learned he has two girls they presented him (oh Gosh!) two pair of cute little slippers.. My sister and I tried to dance in them and realized that it is not that easy and light. Good life lesson…
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I painted pearls and ballet slippers together as when looking at them I know how it is difficult go achieve the light flawless dance performance and it is hard to get a pearl from the deep sea. Yet I admire their beauty and loveliness with all my heart and appreciate AWE moment when I see the dancing ballerina or a great piece of jewelry.
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This painting was my first experience on Artistico Fabriano paper. I love its smooth fine surface.
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8″x10″ Winsor & Newton Watercolor on 140 Cold Press Fabriano
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