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There's joy on the horizon. Nicholson finds himself in his loft apartment filled with ambient light from the tall windows all around his art room. He's gazing at his easel and trying to imagine the next stroke of his brush. It's been a long while since he's just painted… just let the brush take the lead and paint what's in the air.
Suddenly, Nicholson grabs the brush and starts painting. There's no motive, no master idea. He's just painting as the motions emerge naturally.
He quickly falls out of the moment and looks at his work. It's simple, yet profound. The collections of colors and strokes speak for themselves.
He goes back for more. This time he's slightly more deliberate and soft. He's working like he hasn't worked for ages. He's happy. There's joy on the horizon.

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