The Dancing Houses represent a small collection of past paintings from various shows that I did on the architecture of Trinidad & Tobago. For over 10 years I have portrayed Trinidad and Tobago’s rich architectural heritage with rhythmic vitality using a combination of skewed perspective and vibrant colors. These small architectural paintings are given a soul and life of their own, much like the larger Carnival inspired paintings of which they also appear. The term Dancing Houses was given as a reaction to people first seeing them, the swaying lines and bright colors; all deliberate by intent, as I wanted these humble houses to dance along with the carnival. Some have remarked that they can even feel and hear the music as the perspective of the buildings dance off to the horizon.