Bettie Page on Leopard Blanket
Amongst my semi-abstract, subtle figure studies is a definitively provocative charcoal study of the inimitable Bettie Page, who explained her view of nudity in 1998: "I never thought it was shameful. I felt normal. It's just that it was much better than pounding a typewriter eight hours a day, which gets monotonous." She further explained, "God approves of nudity. Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, they were naked as jaybirds."
An original charcoal rendering on archival, thick blue-toned paper, 18x26 inches, matted and framed to 23x32" frame.
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Most importantly, thank you for appreciating my work. Creating this art is an ongoing answer to a calling I have felt since even before my earliest memories. Sending my art to collectors all over the world is my deepest heart-felt honor and joy.
xo ~ Honey