Always inspired by the inner worlds of her subjects, Nadia Vanilla draws the moments no one ever sees – the ones that take place behind closed doors, or even in the hidden recesses of the subject’s mind.
Tina Maria Elena is reinterpreting the art of lovemaking with watercolors. Soft, inviting and provocative, the collection of intimate portraits depicts the beauty of couples engaged in sexual congress. Her stunning watercolors are a breezy blend of bodies playing together all in a spring-like palette.
At its best, Chinese erotic art is a search for beauty in all it’s facets, for not only does if offer visual stimulation, it provides a source of incredible aesthetic pleasure. Rarely presenting in a pornographic way, the art offers a framework of beauty and harmony, enhanced by profound symbols often found in nature.
Valentine’s Day is a special time for honing your love language skills. One way to do that is through the inspiration of art. Erotic themed art has a proven appeal for both the artist and the audience. This year, we want to inspire the true spirit of Valentine’s Day with self-taught artist Megan Mars.
What makes Song Nyeo Lyoo special is the suggestion that life, eroticism, nature, and architecture all are interconnected. This is clearly reflected in her decadent paradisal subject matter with the richness of materials she uses. An intricate, multistage process brings together ink, watercolor and gold powder on rice paper and wooden board.
If the idea of exploiting our cherished childhood icons like Snow White and turning her into a sex symbol seems outrageous–then you don’t really know the true origins of fairy tales. Instead of blood, gore, and murderous intent, Greg Guillemin offers us a glimpse of a simple life lived ordinary—well somewhat ordinary. In his pop art series, princesses and comic-book heroes come to life on their own terms.
Masami Teraoka believes everything in human life relates to sexuality. As an artist, he feels compelled in breaking down barriers and pushing boundaries and taboos. Born is Japan in 1936, Masami Teroaka moved to the US during the 1960’s and began illustrating provocative subject matter.