Micheal also has produced abstract paintings of his dance. Now it isn't so much the art itself that has captured my mind, but the way Micheal presents his art. He creates his art with the steps of his dance as he wears his dancing shoes dancing in the paint. This way the person who is viewing his art is seeing the energy that goes into creating those steps.
My hand waltzes along the jaw line of a head I am creating. My fingers flow from the top of the nose down and around the eye to pivot back around towards the ear. I stop and even might twirl the head from side to side as I see all the different perspectives being pulled together to create my character.
So often I say it is the process or the dance that is important to me, not so much as the finished piece. It is the experience itself of inner discovery and achieving a new exhilarating way of discovering something magical that didn't exist before I started. In the joy of the dance with myself and the character, we slowly come to a breathless halt. To take up the dance again in the next steps of the process.
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