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 Blog. Photos 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!