Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Watercolor Wednesday "Dancing"



I was asked to do these two illustrations for the opening night of my friend's new dance school
in New York. It's called ,"Footprints" The school is doing very well. I am so very proud of Freddie
and Karen. They are excellent dancers and very creative people.

12 comments:

MayY . C 五月媽媽 said...

wow, very happy illustration,
I can see the motion of the drawings too! Like watching "Do you think you can Dance!"

Bella Sinclair said...

I love these energetic poses! Such style and grace, and I just LOVE those footprints! How wonderful of you to create these for your friends. :)

Kay Aker said...

So dynamic and graceful!

ellifolks said...

Beautiful illustrations with wonderful movement, great color and line quality!

Kimberly said...

Thank you so much for your sweet comment that you left on my blog!
I'm completly honored, to have someone like you, with such great talent to like my work. I'm going to add you to my blog list and you do the same so we can keep up with each other!!!!! Also I noticed that you said that you are going to have a store on Etsy??? I just opened my store on there to.... we have to talk more......

Kimberly

jonisart said...

These are very beautiful! You really captured the movement and grace of dance, your friend must be really happy:-)

PotatoMamma said...

wow, I love this woman dancer illustration - great mood, great movement, lovely.

Gaia said...

I really like how they are both on tippy-toes! The female dancer is fab!!

Kelly Medina said...

Wow, these are fantastic.

Thanks for all your great comments on my blog and for the nudge to keep on using my Wacom tablet.

Your work is very inspiring.

Honor Bowden said...

Wow, these are wonderful! Thanks so much for your kind words at my blog. x

Kate said...

Beautifully done. I love the subtle blue footprints in the illustrations, too. Great movement and style.

Nichelle said...

I just happened upon your blog. These dancer illustrations are gorgeous and so fun! I just love your work!