Monday, April 8, 2013

myra . . . paint happy ballerina colors!



Wow!  For me it was a great, great weekend for looking at art.  I saw so much beautiful art - from abstract to landscapes to still life that would just make the heart sing.  I think I have ballerina DNA on the brain.  One of my favorite artists painted a ballerina.  This always makes ME want to paint a ballerina.  When I looked at his art my first thought was - he looked like he had fun with that. (I will show you all of this soon.)  So I painted MY ballerina and tried to have fun with that.  I also had fun looking at artists in their studio.  This is Chicago artist Darrell Roberts.  My desk looks like this right now! 
This is artist Darrell Roberts in Chicago.  My desk looks like this sometimes . . . I wonder if he drinks coffee from those cups!



7 comments:

miz katie said...

Ballerinas are a great subject. :)) I hope to see more.

martinealison said...

Vos petites danseuses font danser les couleurs et j'aime ça !...
Wouaou! comment fait-il pour trouver de la place et s'y retrouver !...
Gros bisous

hmuxo said...

This is a beautiful Ballerina, Myra.!
She's so full of gorgeous color!!!
I never get tired of your paintings!!
I love your previous ballerina with the abstract tutu!!!!

wanda miller said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE and i never will tire of YOUR ballerinas myra!

Lisa Graham said...

It's always neat to see studios spaces of artists. Love your ballerinas. They are so yours...so Myra.

Helen H Trachy said...

Great post Myra and please, never stop doing your young, funny, colorful, artistic ballerinas. There, I've said it and don't you forget it. :)

Agnes Elliza Kaczmarek said...

hi Myra, ballerinas are great subject to study so graceful and often melancholic.
I love this post, and love possibility to look at other artist desks and studios.