The Little Match Girl in Art

It’s Good To Be A Ginger

When I was growing up, I could not stand my curly red hair… it was the 60’s/70’s and I wanted to be a go-go dancer in a cage when I grew up, and I needed long straight blonde hair for that lol.

Once I grew older and realized people paid money for hair like mine it must be okay.  I must be lucky I decided… after all, my hair just grew out of my head all curly and red and I didn’t have to pay anyone or sit at a hair salon for hours.

So, therefore, I’ve come to think that, yes, it’s good to be a ginger.  =)

 

Peace. Love. Ballet? Peace. Love. Sergei!

Groovy man… 

Sometimes I Make Memes.

Mayerling The Tragic, The Final Pas De Deux

1889 Tragedy at Mayerling : ‘Love Deaths’ Remain Fascinating

28 Jun 17
March 19, 1989|WILLIAM TUOHY | Times Staff Writer VIENNA — For 100 years, the mysterious “love deaths” at Mayerling, a village just southwest of here, have gripped the imagination of Central Europeans and ...

The Velveteen Rabbit – The Whole Real True Story

27 Jun 17
I was born on Easter Sunday in 1961. The next Easter when I was one, my parents gave me the bunny pictured above. He is my own personal velveteen rabbit, and ...

Sergei Polunin / Сергей полунин “Entrelacé” …passion intertwined.

Sergei Polunin / Сергей полунин “Entrelacé” A passionate montage of Sergei and his ballerinas. A most beautiful man illustrating some of the most beautiful choreography with his lucky(?) ballerinas. The question mark signifies his ability to make most ballerinas disappear…

Pretty, pretty, pretty music. I promise you’ll like it…. if you don’t, you’re hooked up with the wrong blog lol.

Featured art courtesy of Tatti Lobanova Art Gallery.

“Sergei And His Giselles”

6 Mar 17
“Sergei And His Giselles” featuring Sergei Polunin with Svetlana Zakharova, Roberta Marquez, Natalia Samova, Diana Vishneva, Kristina Shapran, and Natalia Osipova. The ballet Giselle was first performed in 1841 with Italian ...