9" x 18" 

Signed Limited Edition Giclee Print on Paper of 'Blue Ballet Shoes'


Blue slippers and blue tutu, this little giraffe isn't on her way to ballet. I wore my tutu daily, refusing to put on 'normal' clothes. This is a tribute to all the little girls who dream of dancing and refuse to take off their tutus!

Prints on canvas are numbered and signed on the back in the upper right hand corner. For canvas prints, a certificate of authenticity is included in the purchase. These prints are stretched and coated with a UV protectant and fade resistant gloss. If you prefer a matte finish rather than a shiny finish, please let me know via etsy conversations. My standard finish is a shiny gloss that makes the colors pop. They will be wired and arrive ready to hang. 

Custom size prints on both paper and canvas are available upon request. Please contact me via ETSY conversations about custom-sized orders. 

The original work is available. 


Creating anthropomorphic characters is a big part of how I exercise my imagination.  AWhen I was young my mother took me to the local zoo often.  This exposure to a wide variety of animals had a large impact on my daydreams.   As an adult I found that I coped with the stress of life by doodling caricatures of my teachers or professors, often making them into animals.  They weren't cruel renditions, just anthropomorphic and whimsical.  This has carried over into my paintings, and this is a strong theme throughout my work. My Zoo Series encompasses all my non-frog animal works. 


Copyright does not transfer with purchase. 
Artist owns rights to reproductions and image. 

'BLUE BALLET SHOES' ©2016, Alexandra Hall, All Rights Reserved

Blue Ballet Shoes (Giraffe) 9" x 18" PRINT

  • "My imaginative spirit is born from the people who inspired me to dream, to see things differently and to live fearlessly. Every work is influenced by hundreds of little moments. In my pieces I try to bring some whimsy into the mundane. It is my hope that I force my audience to exercise their imagination, that my works inspire conversation and that they evoke joy."

     -Alexandra Hall   ​