Dancer: The Story of This Painting

Color, light, movement, joy — Dancer incorporates a lot of beauty into a small space. Original oil painting, 12 x 12, by Steve Henderson; licensed open edition print available at iCanvasART.

The story of the painting, Dancer, by Steve Henderson of Steve Henderson Fine Art:

A young woman, in a blur of movement and grace, blends imperceptibly into her background, creating a fusion of representational figure work with an abstract background.

Dancer celebrates life, color, and joy in a 12 x 12 original oil painting that does not limit itself to its gold frame.

“This is an especially fun work,” Steve says. “The brushstrokes are bold and sweeping, and the fabric in the back of the dancer’s dress is indistinguishable from the abstract nature of her surroundings.

“She is either rising from the background or merging into it, and either way you look at it there is a sense of dynamism, mobility, and action.

“Dancer is the perfect name for a work that pulsates energy.”

Dancer is available as an original oil painting, 12 x 12, slightly larger with its gold frame. It is also newly available as a licensed art print at iCanvasART, in various sizes ranging from 12 x 12 to 37 x 37.

Contact us at Carolyn@SteveHendersonFineArt.com to discover how you can purchase this painting, or any of Steve’s works.

A selection of Steve’s work is newly available at iCanvasART as licensed, open edition prints. Shown is Light in the Forest by Steve Henderson

Subscribe to Steve’s newsletter, Start Your Week with Steve, to keep up on Steve and his art.

Check out Steve’s artwork at Steve Henderson Fine ArtOriginal paintings — licensed open edition prints — Santa and Holiday.

If you are a manufacturer who would like to use Steve’s artwork on your products, please contact his agents, Matt Appelman (matt.appelman@artlicensing.com). You can see Steve’s Art Licensing page here.

Check out, also, Steve and Carolyn’s products at Amazon.com:

Live Happily on Less: 52 Ways to Renovate Your Life and Lifestyle (paperback and digital book)

Grammar Despair: Quick, simple solutions to problems like, “Do I say Him and Me or He and I?” (paperback and digital book)

Step by Step Watercolor Success (digital DVD workshop designed for beginning to intermediate watercolor students and artists)

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About This Woman Writes

Carolyn Henderson is the marketing manager of Steve Henderson Fine Art. In addition to her This Woman Writes blog, Carolyn writes a regular art column for FineArtNews, an online newsletter for artists and art collectors.
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