Romance, like the sea, is timeless and perfect. A couple in love shares an endless moment, arm in arm.
It’s easy to forget, in the world of movies and pretend, that true relationships are based upon more than love at first sight. The relationships that last are those that are between friends, companions for life who are comfortable being in one another’s presence.
They don’t always have to speak, because they are so secure with one another that silence doesn’t bother them.
They most certainly, as in the “reality” shows, don’t have to throw things at one another, shout, emote, cause strife and tension between them so that the viewers don’t yawn at the insipidity of the program and turn to a commercial on another channel.
The artwork, The Way That It Should Be, celebrates the beauty, peace, trust, innocence, and joy of a deep, real relationship, as the couple in love stands at the surf, arm in arm, looking out into the horizon. They fit together, in the same way that...