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Ballerina Greeting Card featuring the drawing Maria Tallchief by Amber Stanford

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Maria Tallchief Greeting Card




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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Amber Stanford replied:

Thank you!

Beautiful drawing! vf

Amber Stanford replied:

Thanks Kume!

Beautiful work. voted #10

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Gorgeous! v

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Like how you worked this piece;) v

Amber Stanford replied:

Thank You for taking the time to view my work! :)

Thank you Jeff and Rosalie!

Stunning Amber

Excellent work. v/f

beautiful , v

Amber Stanford replied:

Thank you for taking time to look at my work and for the votes!

Beautiful and creative work. f / v

Amber Stanford replied:

thank you!

Very excellent! V

Amber Stanford replied:

thanks norm!

very nice! v

Amber Stanford replied:

thanks joan!

Amber you have caught the pure essence of this wonderful ballerina, beautifully crafted! well done :) V/F

Amber Stanford replied:

Thanks Ruth!

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Artist's Description

Maria Tallchief (1925-2013) was America's first major prima ballerina.She was half Osage Indian. Elizabeth Marie Tall Chief (January 24, 1925 April 11, 2013) was considered America's first major prima ballerina, and was the first person of Native American descent to hold the rank. Almost from birth, Tall Chief was involved in dance, starting formal lessons at age three. When she was eight, her family relocated from her birth home of Fairfax, Oklahoma, to Los Angeles, California, to advance the careers of her and her younger sister, Marjorie. At age 17, she moved to New York City in search of a spot with a major ballet company, and, at the urging of her superiors, took the name Maria Tallchief. She spent the next five years with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, where she met George Balanchine who advanced her career. When he co-founded what would become the New York City Ballet in 1946, Tallchief was the company's first star. The combination of Balanchine's difficult choreographing...

About Amber Stanford

Amber Stanford

I'm an artist living in Ramona, Ca. I love to draw, paint and take photos. I get inspired by music, films or other artists. From dark and gothic to cute and cuddly. I draw or paint pretty much anything that inspires me. Whether it's lyrics in a song or maybe a movie or someone that I admire. I just love creating and being inspired. I also do some sculpting with polymer clay. I do commission work so feel free to contact me. My Facebook Page lery79/ Look for my "Starman" painting and my other works being featured in the March issue of K-oodi Magazine out now. All of my work is DMCA protected, so no using any of my images without my permmisson.

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