Aerial and Movement Art on the Web 4

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This post will explore art depicting fire dancers on the web

Kimberlee Traub creates pen and ink illustrations as well as other forms of art. She sells her art on Etsy. Artist is a burner. This piece was commissioned for PEX Summer Fest. 

Alex Grey is a prolific visionary artist whose art is inspired by anatomy and spirituality. He sells his art on his personal web site.

Poi Girl original acrylic on stretched canvas by Pamela Neswald, Pamela uses a variety of media and styles in her paintings and paints a wide variety of subject material. She sells her art on Etsy. 

Kendra Henderson creates woodcut images on handmade washi paper. She sells her art on Etsy. 


Aerial and Movement Art on the Web 3

Aerial and Movement Art on the Web

Aerial and Movement Art on the Web 2

OK, I just got my first pole and so to celebrate this 3rd post of Aerial and Movement Art will focus on art of pole dancers! Let’s jump right in.

Instagrammer and Etsy artist Hannah Pretswell  She herself is a pole artist. Shown is a commission done for @sampope21.  She has created a couple of very lovely coloring books that she sells in her store. You can see some of the pages on her instagram.

Etsy artist Sophie Rey calls this design “Chest Stand Girl”. This artist has a series of watercolors of pole dancers  and also has designs from other movement arts including yoga and acro. 

Nikkie Stinchcombe was commissioned to create a series of paper sculptures for Pole Fitness Studio in Oakville, Ontario. Very cool! 

Melissa Lyn is a freelance artist aptly describes her work as “bold, bright colors as well as heavily- layered realism and surrealist effects”. 

Blogger Marco Angelis does art on a wide array of subject matter including a series on the erotic, and works in many mediums.


Leen Isabel has an amazing art portfolio, and she has created a very lovely series of artwork depicting pole because of her love of it. She also cosplays and writes a web comic {Shown below}. Shown: “Take Flight” Pencil, Digital Painting. The artist created this work inspired by her teacher, Nadia Sharif.


“The original webcomic about Pole Dancing!” by Leen Isabel