Boléro by Maurice Ravel and Unraveling Boléro by Ann Adams… They can be two different artworks and two different stories, but they can make feel the same feelings. When the first time I listened to Boléro, I was fascinated. While I was listening Boléro, I concentrated on Unraveling Boléro at the same time. The painting was a visual feast, and it constituted magnificent harmony with the rhythm of the music.
I read articles about them because I learned some interesting information about them, my astonishment took the place of my admiration. I want to mention some of them. Her son got into a car accident, so Ann Adams left her job and decided to draw pictures. Another subject is that Maurice Ravel became the best-selling composer after his death. Moreover, as luck would have it, both of these artists were died of the same disease: frontotemporal dementia. Normally, I do not believe in coincidences, but this time it is different. As a result, I believe that this disease causes artistic creativity.