Art is a subjective medium that is capable of expressing a vast array of emotions, concepts, and chiefly ideas about how humans explore the world around them. Love, jealousy, anger, hope; these are all emotions that are attributed to the human experience and are expressed often times by artists as whole concepts, rather than as segments intertwined with each other. Our group has chosen to examine love on a grander scale and look at not just at the standard cookie cutter portrayal of mating rituals or ideals, but on a deeper level where love exists in many ways. The art within our gallery was chosen to convey unrequited love, jealous love, philotherianism ( or love of animals), happy love, and different shades of ideas that blend together. In our art pieces there tends to be more than one idea expressed in the given work. As a viewer of the piece it is difficult to divest all emotions from each other as they work in tandem with each ones opposites. Indeed. Love can come wedded with pain, hope, sadness, joy, and the entire spectrum of human feelings. Love can allow an artist to express love of the material world, companionship, or love of the natural world, and of course the ideal world without leaving the comforts of their own paradigm. We are limited only by our lack of curiosity to explore these concepts. Understanding love and the cacophony of factions that dwell inside its folds pushes us further in the direction of understanding not only ourselves and the world we live in, but of the unknown and that which we fear.