Painting in Oil
awsome work Susan, so much feeling
Thank you, David. She is just a study. I may try her on a more solid support!
Cette ballerine est plus souple que moi !...J'aime votre série avec l'ensemble des positions différentes... Vos personnages sont pleins de vie et de mouvements.gros bisous
Many thanks, MartineAlison - she must be very supple!
They're BAAAAACK..... lovely work Susan!
Yes - they seem to come and go these days! :)
Yeah! Another ballerina! She is lovely!
LOL - thanks, Judy!
All she needs is a Twister Board beneath her! She's fun and looking great!
As always, thanks very much, Susan.
That's quite a pose you caught there Susan. Very dramatic. It does remind me of Twister. There was a time I could strike that pose--but only for a split second before collapsing to the floor laughing. Oh for the good ole days. Nice memories in this post and a very difficult pose, done brilliantly.
Thanks you so much LW - your kind words are greatly appreciated!
The serenity of her face belies her unbelievably awkward position. Wow, is she twisted!!! I'm so happy to see another ballerina - love them. This one is so brilliantly painted, Susan.
Thanks, Kathryn - the brown paper seems to free my mind as I can banish the thought of messing up!
WOW! What a treat stopping by your blog. She's painted beautifully! This pose would definitely put me in the hospital!! Love it, Susan!!
LOL - yes, I think I would be on the stretcher next to you in the Emergency Room!
What most people don't realise is that she's not twisting, its simply that she can't believe it's brown paper ... so, she's just checking it out.I think these ballet characters are magically wonderful... I really do.
She must be so ashamed to end up on brown paper like that - and without even a hint of a shadow to ground her!Thanks for your very kind thoughts, John.
Your comments are welcome and brighten my day!