Drawings by Carol Prud’homme Davis

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  • Drawings by Carol Prud’homme Davis
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    Drawings for Purchase by Carol Prud’homme Davis

    Artist Statement:
    I have created art my entire life, especially art inspired by dance. I danced professionally, had a dance company and then a production company which included arts education so that my dancers were equipped with the tools they needed to choreograph their own stories.

    In 2009, I found myself laid off, between jobs. I turned to my husband and said,” I want to finally pursue my wildest dream and be a working artist.” He said “Go for it!” and suggested that I go out in the street and draw what I see. When I got pretty good at that, I wanted to go out and draw dance movements at studios and theatres.

    I started to call studios and dance companies asking to come and draw their classes and rehearsals. Sandra Cameron, 3-time Ballroom Champion, allowed me to come and draw any class I wished at her dance center. I had never learned Ballroom Dance, so I found I had to learn the techniques by watching as I drew: Tango, Waltz, Fox Trot and my favorite Swing.

    Later on I was invited to the Peridance Center. Igal Perry, Artistic Director and Owner, had been a ballet teacher of mine when I was dancing professionally, so I felt comfortable going to his dance center and asking to draw. I became a resident visual artist at the Center and was allowed to draw any class style.

    In 2020, during the global pandemic, I drew zoom classes and choreography from all over the world. To date I have drawn and archived about 100 dance teachers, choreographers, and dancers from a variety of dance forms.

    Now I am back home, at Peridance.

    See button below for all drawings available for purchase.
    Please note: the logo (CPD) will not be on the artworks after purchased.





    Pricing:

    Black and White 5x8 Original:
    • The Artwork: $30
    • The Artwork plus an envelope: $60
    • The Artwork plus a sleeve: $60
    • The Artwork plus a mat: $70
    • The Artwork plus a frame: $85
    • The Artwork plus a mat and frame: $100
    Color 5x8 Original:
    • The Artwork: $35
    • The Artwork plus an envelope: $65
    • The Artwork plus a sleeve: $65
    • The Artwork plus a mat: $75
    • The Artwork plus a frame: $90
    • The Artwork plus a mat and frame: $110
    Black and White 9x15 and Color 9x15 Original Artworks are available by request only.

    For custom inquiries please email carissa@peridance.com.

    Purchasing Instructions
    • Create a MindBody account (if you do not have one already with Peridance Center) and add a credit card on file. You can create an account by clicking here.
    • Email Carissa at carissa@peridance.com what number you would like to purchase and what Drop Box folder it was in.


    About the artist:
    Carol Prud’homme Davis, a native Texan moved to NYC to dance. She has served as a visual artist in residence at both Peridance Center and the Sandra Cameron Ballroom Studio and has drawn over 85 companies and dance artists. Carol’s work has been shown in the first American Contemporary Dance Museum exhibition (where her work is in the permanent collection), The East Texas Fair, Peridance Center, 288 Tom & Jerry’s, The Cooper Union windows, the Anna Sokolow Theater Dance Ensemble website (“Rooms” gallery), Francesca Todesco’s website, Kathryn Atler of the Limon Company’s website.

    Currently she is illustrating books on Lynn Simonson and Kimberley Monroe’s “Helmet” which will be presented as a children’s puppet performance and book. She looks forward to having her art image on the Anna Sokolow “Slaughter of the Innocents” album cover which will be performed live at the Smithsonian along with her artwork inspired by rare photos of Anna Sokolow performing “Slaughter of the Innocents”. Carol’s image, “Reflection and Reaction” was featured in the awarding winning video, “Pause”. Carol’s artwork is the book cover on “A Dancer Writes Haiku” by Marie Paquet-Nesson.

    In December 2021 her work will be featured at the Van der Plas Gallery in the ”Bowery Resident and Street Artists Exhibition”, which she is directing. Carol is the founder and owner of “Inside Change from Within” and “Inside Change, Inc.” both focus on social justice, food equity and arts education and performance for all.

    Artists Drawn (in alphabetical order by last name)

    • Camille A. Brown
    • Kathryn Alter
    • Diane Auriel
    • Arthur Aviles
    • Stephanie Batten Bland
    • Marie Bauman
    • Sidra Bell
    • Sue Bernard
    • Raphaël Boumaïlia
    • Alyssa Breteramos
    • Jaqueline Buglisi
    • Lecia Calcaguis
    • Cornell Calendar
    • Geraldine Cardiel
    • Marie Carstens
    • Alison Cook Beatty
    • Battery Dance Festival
    • Infinity Dance Theater
    • Alan Danielson
    • Dina Denis
    • Laurie DeVito
    • Carolyn Dorfman
    • Florence Frittias
    • Jamel Gaines
    • Marianne Galassi
    • Catherine Gallant
    • Samantha Geracht
    • Karina Gonzalez
    • Darrell Grande Moultre
    • Concerto Grosso
    • Francesca Harper
    • Jody Herman

    • Guanglei Hui
    • Evelyn Ifiegubu
    • Randy James
    • Attila Joey Csiki
    • Betty Jones
    • Carmen Jonson
    • Barbara Kane
    • Katiti King
    • Lloyd Knight
    • Logan Krueger
    • Charlotte Landreau
    • Emery LeCrone
    • Erin Lemeux
    • David Leung
    • Kate Loh
    • Reed Luplau
    • Amy Marshall
    • Melissa Martinez
    • Jim May
    • Gina Mayer
    • Diane McCarthy
    • Ellen Moon Pope
    • Caren Nicole Smith
    • Benny Ninja
    • Javier Ninja
    • Jesse Obremski
    • Teresa Perez Ceccon
    • Igal Perry
    • Kevin Polak
    • Dante Polchetti
    • JDove Productions: Mariano Martinez

    • Alexandre Proia
    • Danielle Quisenberry
    • Leidy Roas
    • Manuel Ronda
    • Dana Ruttenberg
    • Yaeko Sashat
    • Jacquelyn Scafidi
    • Elisa Scheiber Peterson
    • Link
    • Caleef Sellars
    • Madeline Shen
    • Alice Sheppard
    • Igor Shteynberg
    • Lynn Simonson
    • Anna Sokolow
    • Irene Sposetti
    • Oliver Steele
    • Risa Steinberg
    • Max Stone
    • Kathryn Sullivan
    • Mary Susan Sinclair
    • Loretta Thomas Kuenning
    • Ellen Tittler
    • Francesca Todesco
    • Evelyn Tuul
    • Krishna Washburn
    • Jordan Washington
    • Are We There
    • Johannes Wiedman
    • Evita Zacharioglou
    • Hara Zi

     

     

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