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Spring Dance

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Spring is the true celebration for nature, so called rebirth. After severing cold winter, the sun arises again to the new cycle of life. The new grass, young soft leaves of the bushes have attracted a bewildering number of creatures that have still had doubts about the new season coming. The alchemy of it has found the reflection in many art masterpieces.

The Spring Dance exhibit captures spring’s nature, its beauty and overall respect for Mother Earth. Spring dance is like a flowering limb in a painting or a slow-motion video of bees pollinating asking us to slow down and listen to the Earth, nature, and all the beauty that surrounds us. 

The Spring dance collection is created for everyone who is interested in learning about nature, who  appreciate the beauty of the spring season in every brush stroke, print or sculpture, in the art work from the past, as well as the present. It will hopefully serve as a reminder to anyone that respect  our nature and should be just as important now, as it was to the past civilizations. We have much to learn from the artists who provide their vision and their ability to conserve and cherish the nature while creating works that inspire people near and far. 

 "Spring Dance" includes paintings, prints, sculpture, and digital objects. 

Spring Dance

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Dancer At Rest, Hands On Hips, Right Leg Forward

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Good Friends

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden



Le Tumulte Noir

National Portrait Gallery

Dancing in the Sunlight

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

California Spring Landscape

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Bearpoppy (Arctomecon merriami)

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Wild Pineapple (Tillandsia fasciculata)

Smithsonian American Art Museum


Smithsonian American Art Museum

Garden Path [photomechanical print]

Archives and Special Collections, Smithsonian American Art Museum

29c Rose single

National Postal Museum

Spring Dance I

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Dancing Forms

National Air and Space Museum

Figures of Women

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