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23 x 17" | Charcoal on Strathmore paper

The original drawing was made on Strathmore charcoal paper with vine charcoal. I created the drawing from a feeling I wanted to express about the classic, quintessential bellydancer. This picture already hangs in many private homes and studios.

The lush and sensual quality of this image, along with its femininity, has made it a very popular picture with dancers and non-dancers alike. This dancer is at ease in her own body as she moves slowly through her dance, in touch with her feelings and the music, yet quite aware of the world around her.

The process by which the picture was printed is no longer used, and the original art is not available. When these pictures are gone, there will be no more. If you have seen this image in the past and thought about owning it, now is the time.

The picture frames well in gold, bronze, or wood tones with a toned or double mat. It creates a strong statement alone or looks good as a pair with its companion image, “Dance of the Tents.”


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