Dancing is what you do when you don't know what to do. It's where you take your creative juices and you dance the fear, you dance the pain, you dance the joy, you dance the ecstasy - you dance with the divine unknown.
My artwork has always been a dance with the divine. Always.
I never know, when I start drawing, what is going to emerge. But something interesting - to me - always emerges. In fact, my art is the one thing in my life that I have absolute and complete faith in. To have absolute and complete faith in anything is a mercy, a blessing, a miracle, really. For me, it is my art. I just love what I come up with. I don't turn around and doubt it and say, "Well, what if they don't like it?" (whoever "they" are).
So I'm learning to treat my life like my artwork: I don't know what's going to come out of it. I don't know what colors I am going to use. I don't know which rhythms and swirls and shapes are going to emerge. But I'm going to draw. And I'm going to dance.