'My personal philosophy is to open people's minds to the beauty of our times and the scenes of everyday life around us' - usha

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Krishna Nee Begane Ba Ro - LAYA series of classical dancers painting

The 'Bhava' (expression on face) of the male dancer reveals his love and admiration for Lord Krishna.  I was reminded of the song 'Krishna Nee Begane Ba Ro, which became the natural title of this painting.

Painting a male dancer was interesting. A wide neck, broad shoulders and slim hips - all were opposites to painting of a female person - and yet dancing with such dignified ease and grace caught my attention as I watched this dancer perform at the 'Khajuraho Festival of Dance'.

Krishna Nee Begane Ba Ro
acrylic painting on gallery-wrap canvas
ready to hang, framing optional
Size: 24x36 inches



This is one of the seven paintings I had displayed at the 'LAYA' - Rhythms of Nature and Dance - Group Art Show held at Chitra Kala Parishad from 4th to 10th Oct 2013.

Visit Fine Art America to purchase a print of this painting.



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