‘musicdance’ attempts to answer the age old question, ‘which came first, the music or the dance’. I believe that music and dance evolved simultaneously; motion has an inherent rhythm, and rhythm is a defining element of music.
The bright green background, a combination of sand and paint, provides a primordial feeling to the interplay of the seemingly unrelated lines, circles and eighth notes on the surface, dancing and sounding simultaneously. The central figures comprised of black lines and red circle are simultaneously both a dancer and cellist.
acrylic and sand on canvas 40 x 30
© 2023 asherartWebsite by Roberta Baker
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Hello Susan!I just got the signal to go to your wistebe and I went right to this beautiful story. Being familar with your meditation teacher I was deeply touched by your story which I had never heard and which was so clearly a touchstone for your creative writing unfolding. All because you wanted to share your blessing. And look how grace was multiplied!Thank you for blessing us all with your gift.Our gifts are meant to be born in us and shine. You are the Light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hid. Neither do men light a candle and hide it under a bushel, but on a table and it giveth light to all that are in the house.. ~ Matthew 5 14Love,Marthaxo