This artwork is an ink and watercolor rendering of a flamenco dancer with a polka dot dress:
Recently, I completed three 22″ x 30″ custom figurative line illustrations on luxurious, 100% cotton, acid-free Antique White Canson Edition papers.
My client, an art collector in the United Arab Emirates, expressed interest in abstract and romantic line drawings of a couple hugging, kissing, and dancing, to give life and energy to her living space.
Couple Hugging Illustration – black and red archival inks
Couple Dancing Illustration – navy blue archival ink
Spanish Flamenco Dress Art
When my wife and I were on vacation in Sevilla, Spain, a few weeks ago, we saw several boutique shops full of colorful flamenco dresses. I imagine they all do a great business during the time leading up to La Feria de Abril (April Fair)! La Feria de Abril is a huge annual event held in Sevilla, known for its music, dancing, food, men dressed in suits and women dressed in flamenco dresses.
Here is a charcoal and red ink drawing of a Spanish Flamenco dress that I recently created. Art Prints are available here.
Here is a charcoal illustration of a man dipping a woman, for your partner dancing inspiration!
Here’s a figurative charcoal illustration to get you dancing!
It seems that most dance paintings I find are of women, or a woman dancing with a man. Why not just men dancing? I think that in white American culture, it can be stereotyped as, well, you know. But in many cultures around the world, men dancing is just as common as women dancing. I think that’s how it should be.
This acrylic painting is on 11″ x 14″ heavy-weight, acid-free paper.