This cycle serves as one of Vesselin’s many studies of natural atmosphere and tone traversing the many qualities of human interaction with night and the moon. Adorned with many a speckled crescent moon and figures that appear to fade into the adumbral background of the paintings, these works radiate a somewhat ghostly, though nonetheless intimate, ambience. Displaying similarities to the cycle prior such as floating figures and individuals locked in each other’s embrace, Moon Dance explores nocturnal intimacy. With its dark blues and other similarly mellow pigments and textures, it becomes clear that this cycle serves as Vesselin’s personal ode to the night.