Hold Me #3


So I’m in sort of a sombre mood today and started “Hold Me” #3.

I stumbled across this song as I was working on it, and thought it fit nicely.

So here’s the song(“Just Hold Me” by Maria Mena)—–>

And here’s “Hold Me” #3—->Hold Me #3

Anyway, I have to go back to work.

But feel free to comment while I’m gone.

A

9 Replies to “Hold Me #3”

  1. Oh and if the video doesn’t show up, YouTube has been on the fritz today so just try again later.

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  2. Hmmm, this is my first time seeing the picture, and I like it. It just screams of need.

    Also, who is the artist of the song? It’s not in the video.

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  3. I’m confused. when I visit your blog there’s an instrumental plaing already that drowns out the youtube clip…

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  4. What you’re hearing is the Sonific player on the bottom right of the page. You have to pause that to hear the video.

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  5. i love the details in this one, as the “Hold Me s” are sinmple yet complicated (like sex perhaps?) and it adds texture to it πŸ™‚

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  6. What I wanted to express the most was the heart wrenching internal desire to be held. It’s symbolic of a lost/abandoned lover. The repetition is used to represent how all consuming that desire can be. I thought the video helped set the stage for the piece.
    It’s a love gone cold and a lover left abandoned longing to be held again. It was actually a hard piece to do because it brought back a flood of memories…

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  7. hey … i did a search on google for “Hold Me” and your artwork came up. I have to say that this is def a beautiful piece of work you have made.

    It’s something that stands out. Much respect to you!

    Paola

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