In his magical works, the Chilean artist (Sergio Martinez Cifuentes) combines graceful grace, elegance and sophisticated feminine beauty, reflected in a flexible body and dance steps. He manages to capture the very elusive moment, a slight wave of his hand or tilt of his head to the shoulder, a short look from under the eyelashes and a slight, barely noticeable smile that flashed across his face.
In his work, Sergio combines light eroticism with a sensual mood that trembles on each girl's fingertips. And it doesn't matter at all whether she dances, selflessly dissolving in the music, or gently hugs someone by the shoulders. The heroines of his works are light and relaxed, they, like fragile figurines, freeze in some unthinkable poses, stretching either a raised hand, or a leg gracefully laid aside. Focusing on some specific details related to ballet, the author does not forget that, first of all, he writes female images that so attract the attention of many men with their unobtrusive beauty and half-naked body parts.
Dance is life itself, one of the ways to show not only your skill, but also your love for the world, the environment and your profession. And Sergio knows this very well, conveying in his paintings a variety of emotions of the dancers, from the smooth bends of the legs worked out for several hours of training and ending with the pointe shoes that are touchingly stretched on slender female legs, which carry not only visual beauty, but also a whole story about ups and downs, losses and achievements. It reflects that majestic variety of dance, which is elusive to the simple human eye: from the subtlety of nature of young prim ballet, who are just learning the first basics of their profession, to the passionate curves of the body of a dancer in a fluffy skirt, wriggling with a flexible body in a hot, Latin American dance with destiny itself.
Continuing the theme of ballet - that amaze with their grace and plasticity.