I don’t know what rabbit hole I went down online and discovered the work of dancer, choreographer Momo Sanno. What a find. I am really moved by his work. And by what he writes about the work.
“… it’s very difficult to stay right here, where you are, to see the colours in front of your eyes without judging them, to listen to the music, to the sound of your own foot steps. To be here with the current self – with your body, with your mind, with your spirit and with your feelings.
You story is unique and is worth discovering your rhythm of life, it’s worth spending time to discover who you are, why you are doing this, which direction you are going to…”
This portrait was inspired by a photo on Momo’s site. You can view his dancing here.
Waiting for Spring to arrive in Minnesota. It’s been bleak here on the tundra. No snow, endless landscape in shades of grey and brown.
Wistfully remembering my month in Hawaii, on the Big Island with Zoe. Wondering if I should work my sketches into larger paintings. I was so all over the place, people, landscape, flowers…my new friends; Ugly Pig and Gimpy Chicken. And the colors are so different than I am use to seeing.
I can’t show you the final select, yet. But I can tell you that Creative Director Jen Sheeler at FAME knocked the invite out of the park! I’ll share as soon as it’s off the press and in the mail. Below are a few of my illustration ideas that generated ohhs and ahhs in the course of the presentation.