|The Last (of 6)|
|The Answer to Your Question is: "Both"
If it is him: he feels pain, and guilt. The pain from her blow and the guilt of pressing on despite her aversion. The light is hope. Hope that the cycle will not repeat, as it seems it could.
If it is her: she feels disgust, and she feels guilt as well. She feels disgust for herself and of him. She feels to blame because she thinks she should have been the one to act on her first instinct to avoid him. The light is warmth. Has she broken the cycle by finally defending herself?
I will confess that at times, I do relate to her in this series. I less willingly confess that at times I relate to him. So then is this a painting of her or him?
It is me.
I'd love to hear any of your thoughts or interpretations of my art.
If you have a collection of art works, I'd love to see it too.