Grace was inspired by my travel encounters in Bangkok, Thailand. The color combinations were influenced by Bangkok's bright pink and green taxi's and three wheeled tuk tuks, flashy street signs and their golden temples. The subject of the painting surrounds a dancer during the evening time demonstrating movement and grace within nature.
The painting style of Dancing in the Evening Light was created with big bold brushstrokes as well as the emergence of "dots."
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