What I think is the most fascinating aspect of art is that every viewer brings his or her own meaning/point of view/life experience/emotional state/belief system to it, to say nothing of their preference for colours, style, etc., thus making many stories of what seems to be just one.
For what it's worth, here is my own interpretation of the watecolour that appeared before me:
- Red of her dress: first chakra/roots/tribal connection
- Purple of her dress: highest chakra/spirituality. So her emphasis is on the tribal and spiritual aspects of a marriage.
- Yellow of his shirt: third chakra/power
- Blue pants: 5thchakra/self-expression. But as it's the colour of his pants, this self-expression is not in the proper place (!)--which should be at the throat level
- Feet:: The joined feet show that they have been continuing along a path together for some time, in synch. The male's free foot, however, is heading away from the couple position, seeking an individual path while the woman is still trying to keep them together on the same path
- Orange chair/Green leaves/White lilies:
- -orange: 2nd chakra/sexuality/creativity
- -green: 4th chakra: heart/love-
- white: purity-
- Note: these traits are outside of themselves. Though carefully tended and well-cared for, they have not been integrated into either partner's psyche.
- Arms: Their right arms are in the same position, bent facing the same way, nearly identical, thus having similar goals/tasks. The man's left arm is disproportionately long--reaching out to create or grab something beyond the relationship, while her left arm is trying to keep him bound to the couple dynamic.
- Black cat: This could represent a shadow self; an aspect of their psyches that is dark and mostly hidden to them that needs to be brought out and looked at because it keeps tripping them up.
So there you go.