Wednesday, March 21, 2012

The United Colours of Orgasm


The United Colours of Orgasm


Sensual art focusing on femininity and the diversity of emotion women can evoke. Nude art that portrays women positively and in control. My acrylic artwork is a tribute to women and their natural beauty: my work celebrates the female form and the voluptuous curves of the mature woman. My nude art focuses on sensuality, fun and glamour with the occasional injection of postcard cheekiness and naughtiness. Nude art is a wonderful way to acknowledge your partner: perfect for the bedroom these works ooze romance and the subject is both beautiful and timeless. 
The United Colours of Orgasm: a semi abstract acrylic painting of a reclining woman. Painted in contemporary and bold colours: beautiful bedroom art.

 

The United Colours of Orgasm by taiche
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The United Colours of Orgasm by taiche 
The United Colours of Orgasm ia available for sale as Greeting Cards, Matted Prints, Laminated Prints, Mounted Prints, Canvas Prints, Framed Prints and Posters at Redbubble.
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Woven Orgasm by taiche 

 

Digitally readjusted photograph using PSP2 and reproduced in Acrylics on 40×30cm 300gsm canvas texture acid-free acrylic paper. October 4 2009. 
The original SOLD to Lorraine Palmer via Ramon’s Restaurant 19.9.10. Description KOPPITZ 0007.jpg English: Nude study 
Date c. 1927 Source Rudolf Koppitz This image (or other media file) is in the public domain because its copyright has expired. This applies to the United States, Australia, the European Union and those countries with a copyright term of life of the author plus 70 years. More about Rudolf Koppitz on Wikipedia 
 

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