There comes a moment in the lives of every couple in love, when they look into one another’s eyes and are completely oblivious to their surroundings. It is a magical moment of enchantment and romance, and it is a moment worth treasuring and remembering as we live our lives together.
Just the Two of Us captures this moment of enchanted romance as a couple dances in a glittering, gold and silver shining ballroom on a special night in a special place. Possibly, they are at the reception of a wedding, and have snatched this moment alone while all of the other guests are off in another room, going through the reception line or grabbing a drink from the open bar.
Or just as possible, the couple is actually in a crowded room, but because we, the viewer, are seeing the world from their eyes, we don’t see any crowd of people milling and talking and dancing about, but see only the couple, who see only each other.
Just the Two of Us invites the viewer into this intimate moment of quiet and love, prompting us to remember our own times of being Just the Two of Us – times that are tucked away in our memories, but sometimes get lost in the shuffle of day to day living, as we get through the day and get everything done.
Enter the world of Just the Two of Us and transport yourself to the ballroom on that special evening, when the lights are aglow and the music is playing, when you are with the person you love to be with more than anyone else in the world, and when you are absorbed into looking into the eyes of each other – so much so that your steps slow and the dance comes almost to a stop.
A companion piece to Just the Two of Us, also on this site, is A Moment in Time
Featured in 19 Fine Art America groups.
March 29th, 2017
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