Back in June 25, 1987, when Terry R. Wickham realized he was not going to be able to finish making Perishing Hearts (see blog/gallery to read more) he decided to shoot a romantic music video called Exquisite Delusion. The story was about a young fella (actor Kevin Bourne) and a beautiful young woman (actress Stephanie Dyanne Pyatt) having a strong connection of love via a dream. Terry used new age piano great George Winston’s song “Colors/Dance” as the musical backdrop. Terry’s late good buddy Jay Bullbear shot the video and did amazing job lighting it as well. David Maker helped behind the scenes and Dana (Maker) Murrell allowed the use of her bedroom for the touching close. The video was shot near a beautiful scenic creek in Hominy, Oklahoma and at the Bullbear/Maker residence.