The way I feel in this moment.
31 figures in dance.

Here is a list of 31 dance figures, both past an present, whom I feel everyone should know. They are listed in the order in which they came into my head. 

1.    Ted Shawn

2.    Alvin Ailey

3.    Merce Cunningham

4.    Martha Graham

5.    Twyla Tharp

6.    George Balanchine

7.    Bill T. Jones

8.    Paul Taylor

9.    Mikhail Baryshnikov

10.  Savigon Glover

11.  Mark Morris

12.  Jerome Robins

13.  Desmond Richardson

14.  Bob Fosse

15.  Jose Limon

16.  Anna Pavlova

17.  Alicia Markova

18.  Judith Jameson

19.  Suzanne Farrell

20.  Garth Fagan

21.  Alonzo King

22.  Lester Horton

23.  Pina Bausch

24. Antony Tudor

25. Agnes de Mille

26. Trisha Brown

27. Kate Weare

28. Aszure Barton

29. Monica Bill Barnes

30. Andrea Miller

31. Hofesh Schechter

I love your artwork! It's amazing! I hope you go far! :D

Thanks so much! 

Chicago World
Nothing new, just one I wanted to share.
©Tony Crawford 2007

Chicago World

Nothing new, just one I wanted to share.

©Tony Crawford 2007

This world is too small to make enemies. Life is too short to not make love. The world is too large to sit on your ass and not explore it.
I thought of this while raking snow off roof tops this afternoon.
Painting: Bi-product art
Subject: Tabletop
©2010 Tony Crawford
Work table spanning 4 months as a scenic artist. I painted mostly furniture and appliques on this table as well as used it for a paint cart. This is the collateral damage (and finished piece.)

Painting: Bi-product art

Subject: Tabletop

©2010 Tony Crawford

Work table spanning 4 months as a scenic artist. I painted mostly furniture and appliques on this table as well as used it for a paint cart. This is the collateral damage (and finished piece.)

As part of the Material World exhibit at Mass MoCA, Tobias Putrih creates “Re-projection,” a tunnel of monofilament stretching from one end of a room to another, lit by spotlights. This is the effect. 

As part of the Material World exhibit at Mass MoCA, Tobias Putrih creates “Re-projection,” a tunnel of monofilament stretching from one end of a room to another, lit by spotlights. This is the effect. 

I less-than-three this.

I less-than-three this.

Name: Sarah

Gender: Female

Height: Kinda short. I think like 5’4” or 5’5” or it depends on how high of heels I have on :D

Age: 24

Location: Nebraska

Eye Color: blue

Hair Color: brown, but I’m thinking I want hilights again! I miss it!

Smoking?: nope

Drinking?: occasionally

Sexual Orientation: straight

Job: nothing yet :\

Favorite Sport: Uhm…. I have none lol Does shoe shopping count??

Favorite Colour: Blue, pink, red

Favorite Band/Singer: Ashlyne Huff, but I love so many!

Favorite Tv show: Merlin, Desperate Housewives, Greek, Worst Cooks in America

Favorite Movie: Kinky Boots, Cry-Baby

Siblings: none, well a sister in law and brother in law now :)

Tattoos?: not yet!

Piercings?: 7

Religion?: Christian, but not too uppity about it

Perfect Date: A romantic dinner with my hubby!

Hobbies?: Looking at shoes! Making floral arrangements, music, reading

Turn ons/Turn offs: face being caressed, bad breath!

Why you follow me: because I can haha!

A random question you want to ask: Why are pizza boxes square if the pizza is round???

Without getting into physics, I’ll just ask why the pizza is not square to fill up the empty space in the box? Thats wasted space that can be filled with beautiful deliciousness.

You look like Van Gogh.
Anonymous

tc vvg

Hmm, let’s see. …I suppose I can see that.

Just a self-shot after a day of painting.

Just a self-shot after a day of painting.

Photography: Still Life
Subject: Book hole
©2011 Tony Crawford

Photography: Still Life

Subject: Book hole

©2011 Tony Crawford

Morning Footsteps

I heard the normal morning footsteps

At the normal time on a normal day

Through the two doors that separated

At this point more than just a physical barrier.

I could always hear her rustling in her room

Preparing for the day.

I knew she was almost ready to leave

When the sound of two shoes dropped to the ground

And she puts them on.

As I lay in bed listening

I know when she leaves

I don’t even know if I’ll ever see her again.

I crawl out of bed long enough

To give her a hug and watch her drive away.

A quiet tear wells up in my eyes

Both in sadness and relief

As I sit on the edge of the bed.

I begin packing knowing its better

She is gone when I leave.

She is gone when I leave.

Photography: Architecture
Subject: Bryant-Denny Stadium
49 images merged. Click for larger view.
©Tony Crawford 2010

Photography: Architecture

Subject: Bryant-Denny Stadium

49 images merged. Click for larger view.

©Tony Crawford 2010