Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Adora, the Hula Dancer

Adora, the Hula Dancer, Acrylic on Canvas, 11" x 14"
© 2012 Fannie Narte

Adora, the hula dancer, is surrounded by a rainbow of anthuriums and ukuleles, ready for her debut in Hawaii.

The hula dancer is a symbol of the childlike dancer and dreamer of hope in all of us. As a child, I wanted to be a ballerina because of a music box I received from my parents one Christmas, which had a dancing ballerina. I loved that music box. It was magical. It made Christmas magical. It made my dream of someday becoming a ballerina . . . possible. The possibility of becoming a ballerina was a symbol that anything I can dream could come true. It represents "possibility."

What are your dreams? Are you a childlike dancer and dreamer filled with hope and possibility? Do you believe in magic? Do you believe in miracles? What are your hopes and dreams?

All things are possible . . .

I am attempting to bring attention to the importance of unconditional love and fearlessness to the world one painting at a time.

Adora's photos inspired my painting.  Adora's BlogPhotos of Adora at Grow a Brain.

Thanks for inviting me to participate, Hanan!  Hanan made a donation to the AAQI--Thanks for your generosity, Hanan!

Adora, I wish you love, peace and Aloha!


WoolenSails said...

I love your Adora painting, original and true to your love of Hawaii.


Lisa M Griffin said...

What wonderful color and textures! It reminds me of happy summer days, warm breezes and sweet smelling flowers. Quite the contrast to the winter mix that is falling outside my window. :)

Lorraine said...

love the colours you use probably affected by your surroundings all nice and warm

Kelly Warren said...

Dare I say Adora is adorable? :-)

Fannie said...

Thanks, Debbie and Lorraine!