This summer, I've had a remarkable time visiting the various exhibitions at the Denver Art Museum.
An ongoing theme has been dance, and although the art of dance is fun in its own right, I found after reading the various artists inspiration, I was studying the expressions in their pieces more than their dances. Dance is so often about the way your body moves, yet it is also the way in which we maneuver through life.
The fellows were finding this young ladies moves quite enticing.
There's dance and love here.
A group of ladies at a listening station for rhythm and dance at the museum.
There's music being played. The canine and the children partake in dance, the expressions of others, including the banjo player, express other thoughts.
Native American dance garb.
Drums, oftentimes the key to the beat.
Rhythm and Roots. Other than the act of dance, where do the roots of your dance of life steer you?
I felt such a sense of exhilaration as I walked through two exhibits, one for Native American dance, one for dance in American art. I'll revisit a time or two before it closes.. love where it took my mind.
Dance through life.
Marci Lundy is the Creator of 303 Home | Loft | Wellness, and the Founder and CEO of 303 Face | Body. When not visiting museums, you may catch her dancing through life.. or walking like an Egyptian through art.