Sunday, 29 June 2008

dave's book has arrived and with a fascinating addition from Gesa

Dave's book has arrived and here is Gesa's very different and original contribution - focussing on the steps of the dance and the timing and direction. The tranquil blue is also a total contrast in mood to the vivid Latin American sexiness of Dave's dancers. A really interesting take on the idea and a real challenge to follow! I'm thinking ......




.... desperately!

what to add next?


We had an inspection at college this week, followed by family visit so not much art work has been happening this week but next week ..........


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8 comments:

Casey Klahn said...

Cool!

vivien said...

isn't it though?

and I know what I'm going to do with it so I feel a bit less daunted!

Gesa said...

Cool! I'm looking forward to seeing what's going in next. This one took me some time to figure it out... I like the way of playing with moving across different senses: sounds, vision, movement...

Lindsay said...

GEsa, this is so creative! And totally your style. This one scares me too!

Brian McGurgan said...

I like this alot Gesa - a very creative take on David's theme

Gesa said...

Lindsay - fear not... I successfully moved myself out of the people challenge, so there's probably a lot more scope for moving along dancing. Thank you, Brian, too.

daviddrawsandpaints said...

Absolutely - that's the way to do it, although on page three I think someone appears to have stood on someone else's toes!
I look forward, Gesa, to seeing this directly before I make any other rash statements, but for now Argentinian Tango appears to have moved seamlessly into the smokey atmosphere of the bordello. I can hear that insistent 4/4 beat tempto pull me onto the floor. (with a rose between my lips!)

Yellow said...

Vivien, I'm glad you know what you're going to do with it. When you send it on to me can you enclose instructions because I haven't got a clue. Hopefully inspiration will strike at the right time.
Have you any teaser photos yet Vivien?