My subject matter always engages both my eyes and my heart and I wonder if art is simply soul made visible.
Or audible, for that matter. If Theodore were human, he would be a musician. He’s refining the tenor repertoire and Pavarotti-like, greets any absence of over-an-hour with contrapuntal vocalizations toggling between Mozart’s Requiem and the Hallelujah chorus. Jon says “Theodore cries like a girl.” I say “Theodore sings his art with his whole heart."
I’m righter, by the way.