Saturday, June 2, 2012

Dancer

Art forms whether it be dance, music, theatre or fine arts interests me. I have been in dance team in my school and college. A few times I have been in group music too. I never really had the opportunity to learn any of this in a proper manner I had the most supportive of parents though :) At times, I get into it so much that I even dream about it. My daughter has a talent for arts as well especially dance and I have enrolled her in a classical dance class. This is an inspiration from such experiences. I had seen some contemporary dance form in the newspaper or so long back, recently it just hit me in one such dream and this is the result!

This is an abstract form and it does give me the liberty to experiment. All my abstracts are intuitive. I have started enjoying this kind of procedure and have been doing it some of other forms too except the traditional form. Maybe it will creep into it soon....Please do give me your valuable feedback.










30 comments:

EVA said...

Beautiful!! I love the abstract nature of this and the brilliant colours.

Simona Cordara said...

This is very unique! Love the colors, always!

Gloria said...

Deepa, I love this!! Excellent colors and thoughtful planning. I love it!! I want it!! tee hee. Have wonderful days ahead. Always good seeing you. Take care.

Gloria said...

I had to come back and ask you if it would be okay if I were to "try" to do something like this. I wouldn't be copying you, just learning a new form of abstract. Well at least something a little similar. I like this. Let me know please and thank you.

Netty said...

wow I love your abstract piece its fabulous. Happy PPF, Annette x

Kristin said...

This is gorgeous! I love all the bold rich colors and the composition is perfect.
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Jayaraj said...

Superb work Deepa

Jayaraj said...

Superb work Deepa

Jayaraj said...

Deepa superb work

Sarmistha said...

Beautiful ! Love the use and concept of the whole painting.it's always a pleasure to see your art works..Deepa:)

Siggadisart said...

Hello Deepa, thank you for your nice words you left on my blog. Im not surprised if you liked my background, it was made of picture I took in Bangalore. I did write you a letter few days ago, did you not get my letter?
I love your dancer paintings, you can almost see them move.
Best regards.
Sigga Dís

carlarey said...

This is really beautiful. I love the composition. You managed to capture so much movement with such a simple form, brilliant!

Ambika said...

A striking painting, Deepa! Bold colours, and the straight lines intersecting the curves.. loved it.

Kristin said...

Thank you for your comment and for placing the Summer of Color button on your blog - it will be a great Summer, looking forward to your joining in whenever you can, Kristin xo

Aparna said...

This is stunning Deepa..:)loved each bit of it :)

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lorik said...

You really have captured the movement of the dance - the sweeping arms. Beautiful colour and composition too.

Raj said...

Absolutely gorgeous! So abstractly colorful and fluidly beautiful. :)

AmitAag said...

wow! ...the flow...the lucidity...excellent, Deepa:)

Carolyn Dube said...

So amazing!

magiceye said...

full of grace!!
lovely!!

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Very much the dancer come through in your lovely painting ~ feel the movement~ thanks, ^_^
(A Creative Harbor)

Rajesh said...

Brilliant.

Deepa Gopal Sunil said...

Thanks Eva & Simona :)

@Gloria, Thanks for your lovely words, always...and regarding your request, I have messaged you...go ahead and let me know how it has turned out :)

Thanks Netty:)

Thanks for your visit and sweet words Kristin. I am glad to be part of The Summer of Colors:)

Thanks Jayetta:)

Thanks a lor Sarmistha...your words have always encouraged me:)

Sigga, you have very much inspired me with lovely talk...I got your letter now and it's just made me feel so glad...Thanks!

Thanks Carla...glad that you noticed and saw the movement:)

Thanks Ambika...you have observed well and it's such observation that makes my effort worthwhile:)

Thanks Aparna:)

Deepa Gopal Sunil said...

Thanks Intl Blog Directory for the suggestion...will sure drop by:)

Welcome to HuesnShades and thanks for the lovely comment :)

Thanks a lot Raj, Amit, Carolyn & Deepak:)

Artmuse, so glad that you felt that:)

Thanks Rajesh:)

Bhavana said...

that is lovely!!!!

indu chhibber said...

another stunner from my fav. painter.

yoon see said...

She dance beat & swings are wonderfully execute here with an abstract entry!

True from your heart to capture her very beautiful & graceful movement with an abstract value!

The three main primary colours compliment each others and this encourage me to lift my hands and foot to start dancing!

Thank you Deepa!

Rajnish said...

brilliant. Love the colours and posture...
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Antara Kundu said...

Beautiful composition!