Dance of Yes and No is composed of two dancing figures, male and female, or He and She. Like relationships, these sculptures change their meanings and messages as we shift our point of view. As their bases rotate, the couple's interaction shifts from surrender to defense, acceptance to denial, and commintment to abandonment. Martin Eichinger has been producing narrative, romantic, lost wax cast bronze sculptures for over 30 years. His approach to creating a mythic narrative in his work has influenced many modern day figurative and realist artists. There are stories that shine through his images, at times giving way to the sensitive nature of the artist's life and personality, others revealing his insight into our contemporary culture. And yet, there are those unparalleled moments when his sculptures simply give us joy and beauty.