Cleave is the only word in the English language that has opposite meanings, perfect for the concept of an art that encompasses so many types of images. It is my goal to collect the light and the dark side of this schism and capture the extremes. Now seeking models to expand my port on a TF* basis.
cleav·ing, cleave [kleev] /kliv/ verb
1. to adhere closely; stick; cling (usually followed by to ).
2. to remain faithful (usually followed by to ): to cleave to one's principles in spite of persecution.
3. to make by or as if by cutting: to cleave a path through the wilderness.
4. to cut off; sever: to cleave a branch from a tree.
5. to part or split, especially along a natural line of division.
6. to penetrate or advance by or as if by cutting (usually followed by through ).
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