February 29, 2012

Nameless Art

I never named this drawing. If anyone has a suggestion, tell me how you feel.
Thanks
Gracias
~SimplyyMayra

15 comments:

  1. I see a lost princess, a dancer that gets no credit, an anonymous extraordinary, a strong performer who is dancing without attention to the audience, a tigress preparing for a tango, one who feels the music, a dancer that is confident enough to wear red yet humble enough to have her back turned. I also see a very pretty prom dress but thats a whole other story lol.

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  2. Thank you Ms Bryanna! Very eloquently expressed. I will ponder upon it and I am sure the right name will voice itself!

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  3. Chantelle MoralesMarch 2, 2012 at 10:15 PM

    I like what Ms. Bryanna said about the artwork portraying a strong performer who is dancing without attention to the audience and how she is feeling the music. I see a lady lost in her dancing, but she still comes across as poised and elegant and it seems effortless the way she's flowing with the silence. It also makes me think of that song Roxanne, "you don't have to wear that dress tonight, you don't have to put on that red light.." you've captured someone escaped in her own world of dance, and the way her arm flows so gracefully, I myself am entranced by her wonder.

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    1. Lol yes!!! Exactly that song from Moulin Rouge, "Work the streets for money, I dont care if it's wrong or if it is right!!. Roxanne!!!!"

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    2. Thank you Chantelle for your review on the nameless artwork. I like "she's flowing with the silence"! Also I love the song "Roxanne"! The name will be disclosed soon so keep coming back

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  4. Chantelle MoralesMarch 2, 2012 at 10:18 PM

    call it, dance for the moment. :)

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    1. "Dance for the moment" gives truth to my drawing, as it was a moment in time. Thanks Chantelle!

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  5. Hi SimplyyMayra, I had posted a comment regarding your nameless artwork back on Feb 29th but I posted it under your "Reflections of a Song" section instead of this one, sorry. Anyway, here is what I wrote:
    Your art work is simply amazing. You are very talented and blessed with a special gift...keep it up. The nameless one; first thing that came to me was "and life goes on". Luuuuv ur page! Ms.J

    I am adding this today regarding the art piece. The lady in this piece is dancing. She has suffered through life; and is dancing. She has been knocked down; and is dancing. She has been through hell; and is dancing. So many of us stop dancing (dancing can be perceived as a metaphor) because of life's struggles...we forget about our dreams and passions, we stop, we stay stuck. This lady represents "and life goes on". Ms.J.

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    1. What a beautiful analogy on the "Nameless Art" Ms J! Your interpretation struck a cord in my heart. I will be announcing the name of art very soon. Also, thanks for the kind words regarding my artwork...I guess I am talented after all! Lol. No really...thanks for the support!

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  6. I see a steady movement played through the beat... She is swaying or even soaring through life & her back is turned because she knows that the way to her dreams is by moving forward!! Through her own song <3 (I too like the options mentioned above)
    I am excited for the final result =)I say "Nothings going to stop me now..."

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    1. Swaying and soaring...I like that zrafael23! Thank you for suggestion. I will be announcing the name of the art very soon. Toodles!

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  7. I like this Drawing. It is also very interesting because I want to see her face and I can't because you only see her back side. But why does it gives me a feeling of wanting to see her face!? Why? What is it about wanting to see someone's face anyways? It gives me the impression that this dancer is hiding herself from something or someone even though she is dancing so beautifully! Is she afraid? And of what is she afraid of? I'll name her, Insecure dancer! Even with her beautiful talent of dancing. La' zari Alonso

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    1. Wow! thoughts very well expressed Zari! To answer your question, I personally believe that wanting to see someone's face is because we are creatures of curiosity by nature; they do say that the eyes are the window to the soul. Your impression of the dancer "hiding herself" "Is she afraid?" and "what is she afraid of?" come very close to the energy that surrounded the time the drawing emerged. Thank you very much for your view...it hit close to home! The name will be disclosed very soon; so keep coming back! Toodles!

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  8. Was this art ever given a name? I appoligize if you had already given it a name. I probably missed out on it. Thanks mi li'l sis for always making your blog interesting! Keep-on-a-rolling! wityahself! ;*) Sho nuf Love yah! ;*)

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  9. Mayra, I REALLY love this drawing. It is just gorgeous!

    Positively,
    Sarah

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