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Ballet Print Art Print featuring the painting Baby Chicks Ballet by Janet Zeh

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Image:

6.00" x 8.00"

Overall:

8.00" x 10.00"

 

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Baby Chicks Ballet Art Print

Janet Zeh

by Janet Zeh

Small Image

$27.35

Product Details

Baby Chicks Ballet art print by Janet Zeh.   Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

Design Details

Nina always wanted to be a ballerina. So she signed up for Miss Penelope's School of Dance at Tulipa Farm. She did so well that the teacher asked her... more

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Comments (1)

Jeff  Swan

Jeff Swan

Cute!!!! Janet

Janet Zeh replied:

Yeah, those chickies are cute. Thank you! :)

Artist's Description

Nina always wanted to be a ballerina. So she signed up for Miss Penelope's School of Dance at Tulipa Farm. She did so well that the teacher asked her to dance the role of the princess in Sleeping Beauty for the annual dance recital. How Nina ever convinced Ferdinand to dance with her is anyone' guess. But he did and their duet was the hit of the show!

About Janet Zeh

Janet Zeh

Hi, I'm Janet. I have been creating art ever since I could hold a crayon in my fist as a small child. Nothing with a flat surface was safe from my scribbling! When there was no paper available, I drew on the wallpaper, windowsills and even climbed up near the ceiling to try to hide the evidence. At age eight, I finally found an acceptable outlet for my desire to draw when my despairing parents booked lessons for me with a private tutor. Later, I studied art at Nazareth College of Rochester, Southern Connecticut State University and Rhode Island School of Design. Before painting professionally, I was a part-time free-lance illustrator in pen and ink and digital graphics for eighteen years while raising three sons. In 1994 I began...

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