Blue Dance and Music Paintings(23 items)
Welcome to the Blue Dance and Music Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
K. Baka Paintings and batik art
"For my paintings, many a time I see them in dreams and visions before I actually paint them. So in the morning I organize my materials and start painting."
“I have now been working with Novica for 15 good years. I call it good because indeed the past 15 years have been full of good opportunities.
“Aside from seeing a change in my business, I have also seen a change in the way I do things and my level of... read more
Popular Blue Dance and Music Paintings
Signed Brazilian Expressionist Dance Painting in Blue, "Energy"$479.99
Leaping, whirling, dancing, a woman twirls a ribbon as she moves lithely in a world of blue. "In the entire cosmos, the energy that comes from God is radiant," says Brazilian artist M. Paiva. "When our bodies move, when we dance or even as we breathe, we transform that energy into a force that can be healing, depending on our mental state. That is the power of this painting."
Titled "Energia" in Portuguese.
Signed Impressionist Painting of an African Drummer, "Sound of Music"$119.99
Celebrating the musical traditions of Bolgatanga, Ghanaian artist K. Baka paints this impressionist composition to depict a royal musician. Wearing a traditional smock, the subject holds a conga drum under one arm, performing for an audience. Baka uses a contrast between blue and white for this striking painting.
Signed Painting of a Xylophone Player from Ghana, "Xylophone Player"$697.99
In tones of blue, black, and white, an African xylophone player is featured in this expressionist composition by K. Baka. The musician happily plays on, framed against a village hut and a tree in the distance. This work depicts the Lobi tribe version of a xylophone, known as a According to legend, the gyil was given to humans by an antelope, and is believe to represent the sound of water.
Painting of a Dancing Woman in a Colorful Cotton Dress, "Kpanlogo Dance I"$44.99
Executing a dance move, an African woman is the subject of this painting from Ghana. K. Baka creates this painting, depicting his subject in solid black against an abstract blue and white background. The artist adds pieces of cotton fabric that are printed with traditional African motifs in orange and green. This painting arrives in a mat passe-partout.