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  • Kecia Steinagel

    18There is use of asymmetrical balance in this work even though the majority of the womans body is on the left her leg and skirt help to make each side weigh the same.Emphasis is on the ballerina she is in the center of the work as well as the light and dark values.This piece shows rhythm through the diagonal line of the woman's arms and legs which creates motion.I think that the artist is trying to highlight the beauty of the ballerina with the use of light and she seems so poise and confident.

  • Wendy St Dennis

    Edgar Degas beautiful

  • AB Photography

    Bio Andrew Atroshenko | Title: Ballerina Andrew Atroshenko Artwork

  • Amy Barber

    @Roxanne Nichols --- paint this for me!!! : ) painting by Andrew Atroshenko. ballet dancer tutu flexible dance love passion

  • Cong Geng

    Andrew Atroshenko ballerina oil painting and framed sale, painting - $92.00

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Purity-ANDREW ATROSHENKO — Andrew Atroshenko was born in 1965 in the city of Pokrovsk, Russia. Accepted as a gifted child in 1977 into the Children’s Art School, Andrew graduated with honors in 1981. Two years later, Andrew entered Bryansk Art College, and in 1991 was accepted at one of the most prestigious art schools in the world, the St. Petersburg Academy of Art.