"'I'm feeling existential,' he said.
Because she knew that feeling too well, she put on music & invited him to dance barefoot as the wood-grain brushed his skin.
Too weary to argue, he complied.
Wrapping her arms around him, she stepped gently onto his feet & said:
'Now you can move in any direction, & I'll help keep you grounded.'
Just then, a small crack formed in his angst & despite his malaise, in that moment he felt something."
This story is for those who already know--and those who need to know--that music and dancing are key to forming the tiny cracks in existential angst that derail its hold on us.
This original watercolor story is painted on archival quality, acid-free, cold pressed, 140 lb. watercolor paper using permanent pen and ink and professional grade watercolor paint. The wash is saturated with color, and the movement of both brush and paint across the paper is clear and vivid. It is titled, dated, and signed in graphite at the bottom.
Size: 8.3" x 11.7" (210 x 297 mm) (A4)
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