River Dancers, Original Painting of trees dancing on the banks of a river by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.

River Dancers

River Dancers, Original Painting of trees dancing on the banks of a river by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
River Dancers

 

Pastel

Limited Editions of 250 in each size
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These are dancing trees that have become separated by an ever-changing river. The males toss their fall leaves to lure the females on the other side,  who twist and shake to attract a partner. It’s dusk, and the creatures of the woodlands begin to warm up their vocal cords as the orchestra of rippling water plays on…nothing can keep these dancers apart now…no river can hold them back…and so these river dancers dance!

~ Kim NovaK, Artist

 

4 thoughts on “River Dancers”

  1. Your expressions through art are absolutely beautiful, and your paintings are unique surrounded by beautiful colors. One of my favorites is the butterfly. Horses are my favorite animal, along with elephants. Your artwork will be in demand till the end of time. I am very impressed. thank you for sharing Ms Novak.
    Stay Healthy and Well
    C.R. Age 79

  2. I really enjoyed walking along as if walking with you in your paintings, poetry and other thoughts. Art is a garden of healing, expression, relationships and growth. Thank you.

  3. To me, ‘River Dancers’ is especially beautiful. Perhaps it is because it reminds me of a enchanting waterway that I used to frequent as a child, a place where the magical and the fragile were so perfectly intertwined that time seemed to stand still and all I could do is observe. I think that the artist has captured an essential energy in pictorial form here. This is nature and this is art.

    Submitted on 2014/03/03 at 6:29 am

  4. This painting is so beautiful. Autumn has always been my favorite time of year. It is the season where life withers and falls, at least in the trees. Yet, it is the only season in which I have not lost one I love. How does one choose which of your work is the best? I am trying to find a favorite! Well done. Thank you for sharing your work.

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