Intersection of Romance

Gallery [context]    “Intersection of Romance”

Fine Art Exhibition: 12 / 8 /13 —- 1 / 17 / 14

Opening Reception:  December 18th, 2013 6-9pm

Intersection noun

Intersection: Junction, crossing, crossroads

1.  a point where lines intersect

2.  a junction where one street or road crosses another

3.  a point or set of points common to two or more geometric configurations

4.  the set of elements common to two or more sets; “the set of red hats is the intersection of the set of hats and the set of red things”

5.  a representation of common ground between theories or phenomena; “there was no overlap between their proposals”

6.  the act of intersecting (as joining by causing your path to intersect your target’s path)

Romance noun

  1. a feeling of excitement and mystery associated with love.  “in search of romance”
  2. love, esp. when sentimental or idealized.  “he asked her for a date and romance blossomed”
  3. an exciting, enjoyable love affair, esp. one that is not serious or long-lasting.
  4. a genre of fiction dealing with love in an idealized way.  “wartime passion from the master of romance”
  5. a quality or feeling of mystery, excitement, and remoteness from everyday life.  “the beauty and romance of the night.”
  6. wild exaggeration; picturesque falsehood. A work of fiction dealing with events remote from real life.  “she slammed the claims as ‘pure romance, complete fiction.”
  7. a medieval tale dealing with a hero of chivalry, of the kind common in the Romance languages.  “the Arthurian romances”
  8. Music – a short informal piece.

Romance verb

1. court; woo.  “the wealthy estate owner romanced her”

2. (informal) seek the attention or patronage of (someone), esp. by use of flattery.
“he is being romanced by the big boys in New York”

3. engage in a love affair.  “we start romancing”


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