A unique sound and language opens between the body moving through time and space and carrying paint onto surfaces of reception. I paint in lyrical abstraction on canvas, paper, and wood panels. Dance, while it seems to uniquely express the human form with itself and transform the occupied space, has also historically been a preparation tool for battle. In Israeli armies, dancers often preceded the army, making declarations of victory and identity. Meanwhile, paintings reside in more intimate spaces from galleries and homes to cathedrals and offices. I dance between the place of prayer as my warfare and the intimacy of meditation of heart, memories, truth, and divine presence. Clothed in paint, I carry marks in dance on to surface and follow its marks to release a sound of meaning in oil.