You and I as One (the painting "Moon" modified)
The sun and moon stand opposite to each other during a full moon. This creates a yin and yang effect between their energies. In Chinese philosophy, yin and yang are perceived as opposite forces being complementary to one another rather than being incompatible, while forming a wholeness that becomes greater than the assembled parts. In the painting, in a similar symbolic way, a man and woman (each being half the soul of the other) have been shown to form oneness in love through interrelating with each other and by melting their differences. At a closer look through the moonlit setting, we see the man and woman wearing outfits of yellow and blue, along with red and green bands on their heads respectively. Yellow and blue, as well as red and green are complementary colors. The choice of such colors further emphasizes the notion mentioned earlier.