A la cola!

Love the combination of the black dresses, red roses, and gold jewelry

Flamenco dancer. Love the movement of her fringed shawl. Fierce yet contained energy.

The origin of the flamenco dress can be traced to Andalusian women, a region in southern Spain.Spanish flamenco dresses provide an important visual element to flamenco shows. The custom incorporates an important part of cultural identity. The dress is

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Seville’s legendary flamenco scene

Gitana~Spanish Gypsy

Latin Lace Artist Proof figurative painting women painting landscape painting floral painting giclee reproduction by L.

Flamenco how-to from the National Post.  I approve this (!) - an important aspect of an extremely complex art form.

Learning the art of flamenco dancing by Lia Grainger

One of my favorite passions is flamenco dancing. Here is a phenomenal article by a gal I danced with in Vancouver, Lia Grainger, published in the National Post, a major Canadian newspaper.

There are many words unique to flamenco dance that we take for granted after we have been studying for a while. In the beginning however it can be quite a lot to take in. The glossary below is just a handful of the words you'll come to learn. | www.flamencobites.com

Glossary of Flamenco Dance

There are many words unique to flamenco dance that we take for granted after we have been studying for a while. The glossary below is just a handful of the words you'll come to learn.

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