Like other works in the Elusive Beauty , Where you go I go too, was a best new favourite amonst Mumfords peers and followers. The work goes beyond the carnal aspect of human love to show the elusive appeal of beauty, as symbolised in the woman Clairepenitrating the viewer with princess eyes, blending into the nature and yet can not be mistaken.
Where you go I go too is a further treatment of the theme of youth romance today, and the lovers. Its crucial to understand the work goes beyond the carnal aspect of human love to show the elusive appeal of beauty.
"With the most primitive means the artist creates something which the most ingenious and efficient technology will never be able to create.'