“…We have fallen into the place where everything is music.” Rumi
When I began this series, it was during a time that political campaigns were being fought. The process and the election results were devastating. It was a time when I felt I needed to hang onto something inside myself as my view of the outer world was sometimes one of disbelief. How we meet the challenges in our personal lives and in society, is reflected by the poverty or richness of our inner lives. I turned to the art of music and thought about how it can enrich our souls and spirits. In “OPUS” I worked to create t rhythms, movement, and, colors that are visual music.