This addition to the Amor series explores again affection expressed in dance. The first version of the dancing couple relied upon contours and left the background starkly white. Here I’ve eliminated the outlining and given the background a stark treatment.
I continue the exploration of couples expressing affection. Here the image is the same as the first, but the treatment varies, and it is on paper versus wood, so the interaction between paint, medium a base offers additional variations.
“My favorite is Enamorado con Amor II Couple in Love with Love. You can feel the intensity. Just beautiful.” Arlene
Love takes many forms and we can always use more and can never have too much. We should not oppress it but encourage its flowering and deepen the bonds that hold us together.
This is the first in the series exploring the expressions of affection. I was sitting in Parque Turia in Valencia as a couple across the lawn embraced before the 15th century bridge crossing what was then the main channel of the Turia River, since diverted and made into walking and bike paths as well as playing fields, and of course a meeting place for lovers and snugglers.
Love takes many forms. We can always use more, can never have too much, and should not oppress but encourage its flowering thus deepening the bonds that hold us together.