Scientists define the purpose of love in biological terms. It exists as a means to ensure the reproduction of the human race, or can be a result of our attachment to caregivers in childhood.
We seek spiritual love, are nurtured by familial love and defined by romantic love and are perplexed by them all.
Oddly, we seek to quantify love and find its limit in order to better understand it, so as to improve our chances of making it last. Love endures until it breaks and can only be unconditional on the condition that it lasts forever.
Someone once told me:
“Love is a gift, make sure you return it.”
This exhibition of figurative paintings by Bethel Park artist Scott Hunter will be looking at love that is felt with the heart, the brain, the gut, and with tongue in cheek.
Join us for an evening reception with the artist on Friday, September 9th from 6pm to 9pm. The show runs from Friday, September 9th through Saturday, November 12th, 2016.