What happens when you take away a dancers ability to move? Adapt. Dancer, Jill Brammer Ware, found herself in a serious health crisis where a period of extensive healing and rest took precedence over her performance and teaching career. Without any formal visual art training, Jill began to draw during her convalescence. Within the first week of discovering drawing, the 125 Images Project was formed. 5 projects and 600+ images later, Jill, now back on her feet, continues to draw through a process of embodiment, intuition, energetic conversion, and memory. She is engaged in an active process of exploration of the intersection of drawing and movement, stillness and motion, and fine and gross motor skills through both visual and performing mediums.