Prima Ballerina and Broadway Baby

As most of you know, I am getting ready to show my art at a local amateur theatre in the fall. This is a pair of dancers that will be in the show. They are both mainly acrylic paints with a few added things like a metallic marker, clay and rhinestones to add a little texture to each piece. 

The first piece is called Broadway Baby. Rhinestones are used to portray the lights of the Broadway sign as well as near the top, a purple teardrop and a round yellow stone. The purple and yellow are also used on the bottom, both sides and in the middle. The rhinestones are covered with a super gloss top coat to give them a high-gloss shine. Also, a gold metallic marker is used for the border and gold, and yellow sparkle glue was used for the hat, the blouse and the sign. 

The second piece is called Prima Ballerina. I have added a few clay pieces made from clay moulds, and the silver lines are made using a silver metallic marker. I used a stencil for the top and bottom decorations with silver acrylic paint.

I hope you enjoy and for those who are local, I hope to see you at Centre Stage Theatre in Kentville in October. Enjoy the play and the viewing of my art. 

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Robin Hindle is an artist and a retired graphic designer living in Nova Scotia, Canada. She has been an artist for more than thirty years and was a graphic designer for twenty-five years. Now, at the age of sixty-three, Robin is adding writer to her list of accomplishments. She has written and illustrated her first book called Famlaer-The real faeryland.

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