With this one I felt confident to explore the connection of the dominant figure with the negative space around it by incisions across both spaces. By extending lines through the direction of body parts I got geometric figures outside that mirror them.
When I saw this photo for the first time I didn’t know what to think of it. I do not relate to so-called romantic art of ballerinas and dancers striking great poses. Therefor I had to come up with something different and I was intrigued by the pose nevertheless.
A continuation of the roundism series. I particularly like this one because I like the pose and the fluidity that speaks. It’s a kind of zig-zag pattern that appeals to me. It’s with a private collector from the U.S.