Happy Dance !!!
Sunday - March 27, 2011 - Lifestyle Section
Knox artist's abstracts at Emporium
A new exhibition of contemporary abstract impressionist paintings by Pamela Neal will be on display April 1-30 at the Emporium Center, 100 S. Gay St.
Born in Knoxville, Neal is a multi-faceted fine artist who has worked in textiles, jewelry, collage, and photography, culminating in the abstract paintings she currently produces.
A First Friday opening reception will take place 5-9 p.m. April 1 with hors d'oeuvres and wine.
For more info, contact the Arts & Culture Alliance at 865-523-7543 or visit www.knoxalliance.com.
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"Buck dancing" was one of clogging's early names because it was simply a generic name for any kind of fast-footed solo (and is still used among old-time tap dancers to describe a kind of easy, flat-footed tap style). Among cloggers, buck dancing now refers to a special fancy kind of clogging in which the dancer does the basic clogging steps, but with the addition of extra little kicks, shuffles, taps, etc. to generate two or three times as many sounds per beat as the steps make when conventionally executed.
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Disclaimer: I can't dance.....if I do anything, the free spirit in me emerges......who looks more like a mad woman stomping around at a Sunday tent revival....arms in the air & a smile on the face. If you see a silly woman with paint on her face, in her hair and on her clothes dancing on Gay street...don't call KPD or Lakeshore....It's just me having a free spirit moment and 'Buck' Feet!
I can't dance & I can't sing....therefore, I PAINT!
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