Diving back into the water after an hiatus, Water Dance was created with the intention to raise questions about beauty.  Can something be both beautiful and dark?  Subjects are just below the water’s surface, so that their rhythmic movements and exhalations add dynamic brush strokes of abstraction.  They are surrounded by darkness which intentionally creates a sense of mystery and juxtaposition to the daintiness and grace of the poses of the dancers, further questioning the interplay between beauty, grace and darkness and mystery.