Bella Muse

This gallery includes all of Bella Kyzar's favorite pieces involving movement. The English word "emotion" derives from the Latin word "emovere", meaning "to move out". This is linked directly to the relationship between emotion and movement. Many times, the most moving (no pun intended) of pieces contains emotion through movement. Certain techniques, colors, and angles can capture motion, even in still objects. This is Bella's take on movement and art. 

Van Gogh has always held a special place in my heart, so it's no surprise that I would choose one of my favorites by him. I absolutely love how his style makes the stars and moon shimmer with life.
I found this to be really beautiful and nostalgic. It reminds me of the weeping willow tree in the front yard of my old childhood home. Many hot summer days were spent underneath its swaying branches.
I loved everything about this, especially the movement and contrast. It's full of so much emotion. The taller dancer leans into the one kneeling and cups his face in his hands shows so much feeling.
When I first saw this I thought of the visual representation of an internal struggle. The title says otherwise though, and I still love it. Colorful, full of motion and feeling. It's lovely and fun.
This piece reminds me of the motion of swaying wind chimes. I used to sit on the porch and watch them make music in the wind. The colors are very soothing and it's almost like they're dancing.
The angle this photo was taken forces your eyes to follow the set of lights from one side to the other and I think that's a great technique that the artist used to enforce motion and movement.
Any type of sculpture will always amaze me. I love the flow of the clothing and how Saint Longinus is reaching his arm out as if to pull someone in. Movement frozen in time.
A soft face behind a foggy glass. Beads of perspiration rolling down the slick surface. It's extremely modern and quiet and I love that about this piece. It reminds me of the expanding of lungs it takes to fog up a glass on a cold day.
I usually don't care for how dark and dingy this piece looks. But the way Redfield captured the smoke really caught my eye. I love how I can almost see it bellowing up into the sky, the smell of wood burning, the heat it elicits.
My final piece. The Swaying Dancer (Dancer in Green) does a wonderful job of capturing the theme of movement. The angle of the arms and the twist of the leg emphasizes motion.
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