An art collage from July 2011

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    A symbol of India an elegant blue peacock poses with a smiling fish. Green leaves surround the pair as they dance amid verdant foliage. Vidushini works in the Madhubani style painting on handmade paper.
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    Dressed in gossamer white ballerinas dance together against a dramatic red backdrop. Lying on the floor the man lifts his partner as she arches her lithe body. My model is Stephanie. With this painting I intend to translate women's magical and innate power into colors artist Otto Schaller says. They carry out the loving relationships of every couple in the family in the home and in social settings. When we observe a couple dancing the first impression is that the man is the strong center and that it is he who drives the show. Actually it is the woman with her softness delicacy and intelligence who provides the rhythms transforming the entire couple into beauty and enchantment. Here each character practices different movements separate movements for the moment in opposite directions. Yet there is a group notion of union of purpose and of harmony. Titled Stephanie in Portuguese.
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  • NOVICA Original African Nature Painting from Ghana
    Flaunting autumn foliage a tree stands bathed in sunlight as a warm breeze rustles dancing leaves. Alfred Cran-Mensah pays tribute to nature with this elegant painting. Virginity is the beauty of nature he says. It is therapy for the heart soul and body eliciting feelings of appreciation praise and honor that rejuvenate our strength and courage. Nature comforts us and creates sensations of well-being.
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  • NOVICA Original Modern Painting
    Reaching upward on a cold canvas blue clouds mingle with dancing pillars of light. Pale and tenuous the ghostly shapes undulate in icy colors. Manoarino evokes the complex beauty of an iceberg in this mesmerizing abstract.
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  • ''Ballerina in Red'' Framed Art Print by Edgar Degas, Parma Gold
    Dance! This reproduction of Edgar Degas' painting is sure to inspire. Shop our full selection of framed wall art at High-quality print produces vibrant colors. Hand-crafted frame from the finest grade of wood exudes elegance. Details: Name: Ballerina in Red Artist: Edgar Degas 20H x 23.75W Horizontal display Mounting hardware included Frame: wood Manufacturer's 30-day limited warranty Model no. 9370638 Promotional offers available online at may vary from those offered in Kohl's stores. Size: MEDIUM. Color: Parma Gold. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Material: Wood.
  • H. Hal Kramer Co. French Country Sheep Paintings, Set of 2
    Baa Baa Country Sheep Celebrate the old-world French farm and your own chic style with the French Country Sheep Paintings, Set of 2, from H. Hal Kramer Co. Exquisitely reproduced to look like centuries-old oil paintings, these charming art pieces are the perfect way to decorate your country cottage or traditional home. Plus, these paintings each come in a solid-wood frame in black and gold, so you can hang them up as soon as they arrive. Time to count sheep. Each comes in a solid-wood frame
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    Headline. Mount Dinara is a bold interpretation of the highest mountain in Croatia as envisioned by artist Misha Maynerick Blaise. It was originally created as part of a series called Kolo, named for the Yugoslavian line dance. Blaise balanced precise stripes of color with organic movement because "Kolo dancing is super festive and cheerful, so I tried to capture that feeling in this piece of art." Blaise brushed thick layers of house paint and acrylic on wood to build complex triangle shapes, letting the colors drip freely to either side. The original painting is digitally replicated on stretched canvas. Misha maynerick blaise. Artist Misha Maynerick Blaise finds creative inspiration at home in Austin, Texas, and in every corner of the world. She's inspired by the elegant detail and complex patterns of historic textile design and Eastern European folk art. Whether painted digitally or by brush, Blaise's work reflects the distinctive elements of that style, including the flat use of line and bold color, geometric shapes and decorative ornamentation. CB2 Edition LMTD: CB2 Edition LMTD original works are offered one time only in a small reserve. This special CB2 Edition LMTD print has a limited-edition release of 125. Details and Dimensions: Mount dinara print. 26"Wx26"H. CB2 Edition LMTD print by Misha Maynerick Blaise. Digital print on stretched canvas. Wipe with soft, dry cloth. Made in China. Overall Dimensions: Width: 26" Height: 26"
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    Sunshine bathes the countryside in its warmth illuminating the dancing leaves of a splendid tree. Working with a palette knife Alfred Cran-Mensah achieves rich textures as he depicts the tranquil scene. The beauty of nature is therapy to the heart soul and body because it brings forth appreciation and honor from our hearts. It rejuvenates our strength courage and comfort he says.
  • NOVICA Color photograph on Color Mount 810 paper
    Mauro Fichman captures translucent colors in a delightful photograph of shimmering contrasts. Portraying gently flowing water he captures dancing red lights on its deep blue surface. The Brazilian photographer brings an intimate immediacy to his lyrical works. Color photograph on neutral Color Mount 810 paper it features a passe-partout border. Titled A Voz das Aguas e Azul in Portuguese.
  • NOVICA Realist Acrylic Painting
    Suzanah Levy's passion for horses is well-displayed in this painting. She captures the horse's elegant stance as it bucks with its mane dancing in the wind. Levy combines acrylics with pencils to evoke the mighty equine's presence. Painting on Canson paper the vivid energy is captivating. Titled Cavalo em pe in Portuguese; arrives with a mat border. Unframed.
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    A.V. Ilango celebrates Hindu tradition with this abstract high energy version of Rasa Leela. It is a popular form of theatre dance in Mathura Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh especially during the festivals of Krishna Janmashtami and Holi. According to Hindu scripture Rasa Leela took place one night when the gopis (village girls) of Vrindavan sneaked away from their households and families to go the forest when they heard the sound of Krishna's flute. They danced around him and Radha his beloved throughout the night - which Krishna supernaturally stretches to the length of one Night of Brahma a Hindu unit of time lasting approximately 4.32 billion years. Sadhana Jaipuria presents the painting as an archival print on canvas as a part of his gallery's collection. A self-taught artist A.V. Ilango made his debut in 1973 upon completing his Masters in Mathematics at the Bangalore University. He was heavily inspired by his childhood memories of Gobichettipalayam a market town in Tamil Nadu. It's the scenes of the everyday life of this town that he vividly recalls on his canvas. He has exhibited his paintings in solo exhibitions throughout India as well as in England.

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