Duck!

That’s what he said

A few random dancing funnies from leaders on the social floor.

I feel like these are too good to keep to myself.  Maybe I’ll randomly add to this post as shareworthies present themselves. 

quack shirt “Quack! “

(he wanted me to duck. maybe that’s actually what he said. Lucky for my head, I got it in time :))

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Art Dance Mashup Project: Make Art With Dance

West Coast Swing dancers dancing in paint

Art / dance mashup installation

West coast swing dancers captured residual art from elements of connection and movement through improvisational lead/follow connection, common ground on June 23, 2018 during 48 Blocks.

Two 40″x96″ latex and acrylic on wood paintings
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West Coast Swing Dancers, 2 Large Oil Paintings

West Coast Swing Dancers, Oil on Canvas
2 Paintings West Coast Swing Dancers, Oil on Canvas, both 30×40″, 2017

 

 Lead Follow dancing, Connection Symbolism Dance Painting,

Prep
30×40″ oil on canvas
2017, Jodee Clifford
https://www.etsy.com/listing/579824552/west-coast-swing-dancers-prep-original
(left)

Ochos
30×40″ oil on canvas
2017, Jodee Clifford
https://www.etsy.com/listing/594106791/west-coast-swing-ochos-oil-on-canvas
(right)

I’m exploring relationships through human form, body language, and connection.
Connection is my most recent body of work painting dancers. Started in 2016, it’s a series of oil paintings, watercolor paintings, drawings, and ink drawings exploring human connection with body language, touch, and gesture; communicating and connecting without words through improvisational lead and follow social dancers. As a dancer and former media employee, this body of work is a reflection of communication in contrast to verbal or written language with undertones of honesty, transparency, and authenticity.

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