Like Egon Schiele, I am searching out the Eros imbued in all living things.
We are a strange intertwining of body and spirit, of mind and matter. Without body, mind can feel nothing, know nothing. Without spirit, the body is a mere thing, uninhabited, unknowable to itself. The two parts - body and spirit - meet each other in Eros, the life force, the joyful exuberance of sensation throbbing in fleshly form.