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Salsa Art

The origins of the salsa dance are uncertain and the best guess would be that the dance originated in New York in the late 70s. For those who enjoy this flamboyant dance, this is less important as they appreciate the energy it generates just as much. Salsa Dance Prints are sought after by those who practice the dance, as well as people who enjoy posters that can bring a room to life, without altering the existing decor. Shopping at Picasso.com has the advantage of keeping the costs low, without impairing the quality of the artwork.

Salsa Dance Art

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Salsa
by Trish Biddle
28" x 28"
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Autumn Light
by Bill Brauer
20" x 36"
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Harvest Moon
by Bill Brauer
14" x 20"
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Salsa
by Jennifer Goldberger
12" x 19"
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Harvest Moon
by Bill Brauer
8" x 10"
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Salsa
by Trish Biddle
10" x 12"
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Salsa
by Dylan O'connor
24" x 36"
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Amber Dream
by Bill Brauer
10" x 8"
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Salsa
by Dylan O'connor
13" x 17"
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Salsa dance posters are rarely featuring a single performer, as this dance is meant for two and the protagonists complement each other. Both black and white posters and those in crisp colors are radiating with joy, so they are a great addition to any space that lacks glamour. Picasso.com has a nice selection of salsa dance paintings as well, some of them being the creation of artisans who dedicated their entire careers to dances.

Regarding the location where salsa dance wall art would fit in nicely, the first places that come to mind are dancing halls. Instructors who hope to attract beginners and experienced dancers alike, should help themselves to some of the salsa dance prints up for sale here. They are a natural choice even if salsa is just one of the dances that are taught here, because it is loud and flashy, key ingredients to great looking posters.
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