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Rhiannon, the Mystic tied but all powerful. One of my loveliest drawings of this model. Thanks to the amazing rope work by my favourite Rigger. Limited Edition unique mixed media available. Shipping included… Continue reading… 0 comments

Murakami says Suffering is optional I agree with him Please Save the Date on January 22nd 2016 for Suffering is Optional A Solo show featuring Carolyn Weltman Opening January 22nd from 6 pm - 9 pm At Shag --- A Sexy Shop 108 Roebling Street @ N6th Street Brooklyn, NY 11211 Looking forward to you joining me at the Opening of my first show for 2016. Quite a lot of you have asked me when I'll be showing locally so this is your golden opportunity. New works, old works, original works, limited editions plus prints and cards. More information coming soon and maybe another haiku… Continue reading… 0 comments

The Hoboken 2015 Artists Studio Tour November 8, 2015 11 am to 6 pm Monroe Art Center 720 Monroe Street, Studio C 411 on the fourth floor I am excited to be participating in the Hoboken Artwalk this year. This is a new adventure for me and I hope many of my NYC and NJ friends will be attending. I will be offering a variety of treats. Beautifully framed original art and stunning limited editions ready to hang on your walls. Unframed drawings and prints both limited editions (some at sale prices) and open editions. And of course, naughty notecards and cheeky holiday cards. Exciting erotic art as well as gentle nudes to suit all wallets… Continue reading… 0 comments

Little Warrior has always been one of my favourite pieces of work. Little Warrior is an exotic dancer. She's also one of the most courageous women I've ever met, hence her name. Little Warrior is a Unique Limited Edition giclee with original drawing over the giclee. Little Warrior can also be purchased as an open edition print in various sizes. Please contact me for information… Continue reading… 0 comments

The lovely and whimsical Smokin' Josie is a unique limited edition giclee with real nail enamel on her finger nails. Signed, dated and numbered. with a certificate of authenticity. Created on 100% cotton rag paper. I have open edition prints available. Please email me for prices starting at $25 + $5 shipping… Continue reading… 0 comments

Join us at Babes Mean Business Holiday Bazaar on Sunday December 16th. Enjoy a glass of bubbly while you do your shopping. A great opportunity to find those last minute unique and interesting gifts and cards ..… Continue reading… 0 comments

Please join us for Babes Mean Business Holiday Bazaar on Sunday December 16th. Enjoy a glass of champagne. A great opportunity to find those last minute unique and interesting gifts and cards ..… Continue reading… 0 comments

On the day before Valentine's Day, Birmingham, Alabama hosted their second Erotic Art Exhibition. This year with tango dancers, a saxophone player and a fortune teller to complement the amazing belly dancers (who were even better than last year). There was plenty of first class erotic artwork including paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture and video. Masks were handed out to all the attendees at the door. Although many people wore their own masks to give an air of Mardi Gras combined with Venice to lend a Valentine's air to the event. Leo Ticheli is the organiser of Arts de Valentine which this year was held to support the Birmingham Women's Rape Crisis Center. http://www.crisiscenterbham.comContinue reading… 1 comment

Naughty Boys and Girls I have just finished hanging my exhibition which is opening in two days. A comprehensive collection of works by Carolyn Weltman Hosted by Basha Gallery December 9, 2010 6pm - 9:30pm Basha Gallery 45 East 34th Street Suite #3 Tel: 212 683 2698 or 917 499 6193 I'd be really thrilled to see any of you who live or are in the New York area, so please do attend and forward this invitation to your friends and your mailing lists… Continue reading… 0 comments

To see the exhibition of abstract american painters circa 1940 - 1960. This exhibition is vast and with far too many paintings to absorb in one visit. (A topic for a future blog, do museums curate such large exhibits in order to bring people back and make more money?). As a very figurative painter myself, I've always had issues with understanding abstract art and mostly have to follow my gut. For instance, I completely feel the genius of a Jackson Pollock but in an entirely subjective way. The passion shows through in his paintings but the paintings themselves don't make sense to me. I am a lot more comfortable with De Kooning's more figurative works as well as his colour palette. Painters like Barnett Newman leave me confused and uncomfortable… Continue reading… 11 comments

Gitana Rosa Gallery Presents: HUNG Checking Out the Contemporary Male Opening Reception: Friday, September 17, 7-10PM September 17 __" October 16, 2010 To kick off the fall season, Williamsburg__™s Gitana Rosa Gallery, refracts the male gaze. Hung, a multimedia exhibition, hones in on the male nude. A heroic figure in Greek, Roman and Renaissance art, the male nude proves more fascinating than ever. Whether it is relegated to obscurity or exalted past recognition, men__™s bodies continue to challenge both men__™s and women__™s perceptions. Love them or hate them, Hung__™s male nudes tease the line between the sensuous and the glaringly obvious to present a nuanced portrait of the contemporary male… Continue reading… 0 comments

This image is by artist Miriam West who sells her original artwork in Union Square Park in New York City. This is Miriam's livlihoood and for ten years, it was my livelihood too. I became an artist by selling my work on the street in Soho and then for the last three years until last summer in Union Square. I not only survived monetarily, I also made important contacts with galleries, publications and clients who now support me from all over the world. Now the parks department, backed by Mayor Bloomberg want to sterilize our parks and limit the number of artists selling in the parks… Continue reading… 4 comments