Sunday Evening Art Gallery Blog — Karina Llergo

We should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once. 
―  Friedrich Nietzsche


Karina Llergo works to find fresh ways to evoke energy through human motion by turning human figures into fluid art.


Dance, air and water are big influences her work.

Figurative Abstract woman dancer painting

According to Karina, “From dancers I take the beautiful mobility of their bodies, from air, its provoking rhythmic motion and from water, its captivating deconstructed reflections.”


“I know a piece is completed when I close my eyes and feel its rhythm of dance, water and air singing in harmony.”


As a lifelong dancer, competitive swimmer and avid skydiver, she found herself drawn to depicting on canvas the palpable energy of the human body in motion.

Figurative flamenco woman red dancer painting

Of Mexican, Armenian and Spanish descent, Karina’s diverse background influences her life in every way, as does her insatiable passion for the creative arts.


More of  Karina Llergo‘s gorgeous artwork can be found at her website

You can also find Karina on Facebook and




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