OK, so this is the start of a new work…it’s scary right now but she will shape up soon…it’s the eyeless-ness that’s freaking me out. I walked into the studio this morning and almost dropped my coffee because I forgot that I didn’t get to work on her eyes yesterday…sheesh!
I will be adding the face elements today and working the tones in general…I plan to work the face over in the end with a story in picture form over her skin.
Her name is going to be…’Her-story: was written on her face’
or something like that.
good Monday morning all.
Here’s the quote for the day…
hope you all have a good one.
The many meanings of “I Love You” “I love you” [is] a statement that can be expressed in so many varied ways.
It may be a stage song, repeated daily without any meaning, or a barely audible murmur, full of surrender.
Sometimes it means: I desire you or I want you sexually.
It may mean: I hope you love me or I hope that I will be able to love you.
Often it means: it may be that a love relationship can develop between us or even I hate you.
Often it is a wish for emotional exchange: I want your admiration in exchange for mine or I give my love in exchange for some passion or I want to feel cozy and at home with you or I admire some of your qualities.
A declaration of love is mostly a request: I desire you or I want you to gratify me, or I want your protection or I want to be intimate with you or I want to exploit your loveliness.
Sometimes it is the need for security and tenderness, for parental treatment.
It may mean: my self love goes out to you.
But it may also express submissiveness: please take me as I am, or I feel guilty about you, I want, through you, to correct the mistakes I have made in human relations.
It may be self-sacrifice and a masochistic wish for dependency.
However, it may also be a full affirmation of the other, taking the responsibility for mutual exchange of feelings.
It may be a weak feeling of friendliness, it may be the scarcely even whispered expression of ecstasy “I love you, “
– wish, desire, submission, conquest:
it is never the word itself that tells the real meaning here.