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Les Valses De Vienne

On November 14, 2019, in Leadership Pro, by Neculai Fantanaru

Learn to spiritualize everything that can impress the soul, in the sense of the ingenuity of performing a work of art that can be transposed into a fascinating story of life.

Whenever I think of my life, discreet and patient as a symptom of the crystallized time and placed under the glass of the most secret memories, I see the film of events that have in their midst the heart of the rose, the monologue of a talented artist, alive and free, the scepter to a young and handsome king, the transformation of an actor who perfectly imitates a famous figure, or the story of a dancer trying to overcome his bourgeois condition in order to follow his dreams.

My life, a psychology of creative seeing and propagating meanings, is something far more than anyone would be willing to understand.

My dear rose, you gave me the courage not to complain about life, even though it started with a spiritual piece entitled “Portrait of a female character” and still continues on the chords of a classic waltz, very slow, but moving. I always said YES to changes, I grew up coordinating our intuitive activity of spirit with the cycles of a culture of research in art, I witnessed all the transformations of the seasons. We did not go to different places, such as the Bedouins who roam the deserts in the long and wide, we did not move away from each other as the sand grains spread from all the beaches of the world, and without you I would hardly know who they are, who I want to be, who I recognize in a double of mine.

You were always with me, sharing your thoughts of love, peace, gratitude, purity, perfection, the one I saw every time I looked away from the things that were trying to rob me of their chaotic force. The expressiveness which you have shown in a spirit-filled image, intertwined in harmony with the vibrations of classical, romantic sound and tone, specific to the first half of the 19th century, seems to be invested with the unparalleled elegance of a virtuoso who must necessarily expresses what he dances in an exceptional collage: Les valses de Vienne…

The cultivation of sensitivity through the reception of the artistic work is achieved by bringing into the consciousness of others an image with a strong emotional impact that symbolizes a spiritual reality.

The characteristic element of emotional fragility, from the perspective of the options that govern the artist’s manifestations, consists in the originality of the work that he feels called to perform. This work, based on ideas and aspirations that must not depart from the rules of the alliance between integrity and nobility, combines the constructive sides of lucidity and rigor that prevent the artist from being abandoned to compromises and ambitions that are ethically and socially condemnable.

The rose spiritualizes everything that can impress the soul, even in the study of the portraiture of an older era, keeping the classical line, in the sense of the execution of the work of an artist who captures on the canvas an entire emotional universe. From a dance that maintains the ambiguity of the relations between a painter and a ballerina, one reaches the story full of romance of two special people whose artistic fullness blends with the fruit of their inspiration and joy: an angel with blond curls and a blue gaze that needs by the attraction of a degree of freedom to pour the spell of the soul on the understanding of the world.

By linking two points by similarity, by an elegant gradient between the different shades of red-cyclam and by overlapping colors complementary to gray-white, the artist creates a significant visual representation. His work draws its findings from a spiritual reality that highlights the suggestion of a sincere confession, by describing a beautiful stage of life that will never consume its expressiveness, the purity of an emotional experience.

The drawing begins with sketching a long silk dress, copying to some extent the wedding dress of a young actress, then adding Cinderella-like shoes in a contrasting color, sweetening the ball gown with the delicacy of an opening fan. The little girl draws her power of existence from the hearts of parents, just as their bodies caught in the middle of the dance floor, on a living canvass whose major condition to join art can be defined by the power of time to stand in a channel of light d’un château de province.

Leadership: Do you turn reality into a permanent search for a means of expression of art only to complete within it the imperfect work of the nature that increases the suggestiveness of the striking sensation of “rebirth”?

The rose watches over my associations, always reminding me of our friendship that seems to test, in the clear background of a serious and graceful dance, the character of an authentic act of seeking perfection in a being that delights our gaze and gives us its love without asking anything in return, a being that fascinates us when hearing a rhythmic, suggestive musical composition.

Artistic education creates a harmonious bridge between mind-body and emotions with a form of nourishment of the soul with a roar of sensitivity and lucidity that penetrates, as a subtle and invigorating fluid, into the coordinates of a coherent figure divided between heaven and the wound of a heart hit by ambitions.

The girl’s ambition, like Eve de Chazelay in Dumas’ novel, is to capture a sound of time, to capture, through art and play, a face of reality that is largely different from social and professional life. It has to show worthy of the three gifts that nature has endowed her, sense of will and movement, so to find a way to express thoughts, feelings and freedom through body movements. Without fear of any consequences. Somehow, she must be born again of her own constraints, specific to the timidity, complexities and fears that the challenges of her age develop.

Waltz is the way in which the thread of life begins to become tense, announcing the abandonment of the self to any suggestion from outside, but magnifying the revelation of a spiritual destiny that seeks its identity in a particular story.

First of all, the little girl develops the curiosity of the heart, then the curiosity of the gaze, wanting to express through simple movements, through elegant waving of the hips and arms, all thoughts dampened by the hearing of a Chopin waltz. Step on the floor slowly, barefoot, with small, timid steps, but always reinvent yourself, in an attitude of dedication close to sensuality, imagining yourself in a live performance. Then, all of a sudden, she ran through the room cheerfully to summon a noble ambition, to shine in the middle of the spotlight like her parents, on their wedding day.

Leadership: Are you able to find a true mirror in a special and memorable snapshot, by the way of building an image that appears in the consciousness of the world in the almost definitive form of an emotion that reflects the coordinates of a controlling thought?

The rose takes my thoughts further: “and not only will she be a beautiful girl, but she will also have a good soul.” Dumas’ words interpose between our story and the little dancer:

“Magnetism has, like old magic, occult signs and means to disturb the natural correlation of things and even to change the taste, the background and the appearance of nature. The artist uses this power of grief over Eve, his model of cooperation between art and feeling. He gives the roses the smell of violets, causes the fruit trees to turn green again after they have dried. And that was precisely his intention, to create a fantastic world around Eve, over which would reign his thinking.”

The rose is the true mirror of a special and memorable snapshot. He boldly expresses the action of one being over another, the irresistible power of the creator over the one for whom the music is food, medicine, air, tending to place himself psychologically and aesthetically in relation to an experience of kindness, purity, something unforgettable, standing in time as a self-image of a dreamer who also became a dream.

What one thinks is guessed by another by pulling aside the curtain of the soul, which, although sometimes leaving room for shadows, always broadens the artistic horizons.

“Eve, said the sculptor of souls, I have so far exercised an action upon you that was necessary for me to take you to the moral and physical point in which you find yourself today, but on which I now give up. The moment I speak to you, I take back all of my magnetic power. I restore to you your triple freedom – that of the soul, the heart and the mind. I restore your moral sense to its full extent. I am finally restoring your free will. It is not me who you will listen to, it is yourself.”

Anyone who tries to grasp the art of the spirit animated by sensitive intelligence, does so only to recognize in himself the most important work of nature, by assuming a spiritual destiny that flows from the sphere of an artist’s vision during the life of another artist.

Les Valses De Vienne portrays the encounter between an artist and the high aspirations to reach a state of well-being, in feelings and thoughts, by creating the harmony between body and soul, in the sense of expressing the sensuality and refinement of a work of art in a classical environment.

* Note: Francois Feldman - Les Valses De Vienne


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