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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

I painted my lovely model, Lili all dressed up in her red dress straight onto the paper. Lili had bought a cd in the subway on the way over to the studio. The Stumblebum Brass Band. I tied her up in her red dress and turned up the music. Lili danced in place throughout our session. Her beautiful bottom bouncing in time to the music. You can see her dancing, can't you? The original painting was on exhibition at the National Arts Club in NYC in February 2009 and the limited edition print was recently on show at Parlor Gallery, Asbury Park. NJ and is being shown at The Dirty Show in Detroit, IL later this month. Original oil, watercolour, nail enamel and gesso on 100% cotton rag. Framed beautifully in a wood and brass frame… Continue reading… 0 comments

Fanfare is a new work. Very joyful and full of life. Fanfare is a glorious row of pretty girls with fans and long red gloves. Such a happy painting full of colour. The unique limited edition giclee is hand decorated with enamels and crayons rendering each piece an original. Size 13" _ 19" on 100 Schoellershammer Linen 100 cotton rag paper. Signed, numbered and dated. This piece comes with a certificate of authenticity. Fanfare is also available as an open edition print. Please contact me for details. Price includes shipping… 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

Arts de Valentine Birmingham, Alabama's Second Annual Masked Erotic Art Show This year benefiting the Rape Response Program of the Crisis Center Sunday, February 13th, 6pm - 10pm The Wine Loft, 2200 1st Avenue North, Downtown Birmingham Suggested donation of $10.00 and $5.00 students Masks will be provided at the door I am truly honoured once again to have been invited as the guest artist to this Valentine's event which includes 18 wonderful artists, exotic belly dancers, great jazz saxophone and mysterious fortune tellers. Several of my larger paintings will be there, plus I am showcasing two new pieces at this event Looking forward to seeing many of the friends I made last year and to meeting many more of you. For more information, please go to www.artsdevalentine… Continue reading… 0 comments

ALL PRICES INCLUDE SHIPPING I painted my lovely model, Lili all dressed up in her red dress straight onto the paper. Lili had bought a cd in the subway on the way over to the studio. The Stumblebum Brass Band. I tied her up in her red dress and turned up the music. Lili danced in place throughout our session. Her beautiful bottom bouncing in time to the music. You can see her dancing, can't you? The original painting was on exhibition at the National Arts Club in NYC in February 2009 and the limited edition print was recently on show at Parlor Gallery, Asbury Park. NJ and is being shown at The Dirty Show in Detroit, IL later this month. Original oil, watercolour, nail enamel and gesso on 100% cotton rag. Framed beautifully in a wood and brass frame… Continue reading… 2 comments