#6 of Life Simplified


#6 of Life Simplified series: “Embrace Me”

em·brace [ em bráyss ]

verb ~ definition:

1. transitive and intransitive verb hug somebody: to hug somebody in your arms affectionately

or passionately, or hug each other affectionately or passionately

2. transitive verb make use of something: to welcome and take advantage of something eagerly or willingly

3. transitive verb adopt something: to adopt or take up something, especially a belief or way of life

4. transitive verb comprise something: to include something as part of a whole

5. transitive verb surround something: to surround or enclose something ( literary ) ( often passive )

noun ~ definition:

warm hug: an affectionate or passionate hug

[14th century. < Old French embracer “take into your arms” < Latin bracchium “arm”]

Cheers,

A

To commission the artist, email her at themilkeway@gmail.com

3 thoughts on “#6 of Life Simplified

  1. truth9

    This piece is interesting in the context of the series, particularly as the woman’s head seems to be positioned in such a way so as to make the request.

    It is as though the two are holding one another, but she is crying out to be truly embraced by the lover.

    Very nice.

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  2. Amanda

    lol it’s a bad thing to say, but I guess as the artist, I didn’t read into it that way. I just wanted the emphasis to be on “embrace” because it has so many underlining meanings that I felt were so applicable. I guess that’s why there are so many art critiques and why art is subject to the viewer. Either way, I thought it fit the series well. Hey Eve, did you see #5?

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