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Bēhance

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1. Women of the world inspire me 2. Nature and earth 3. Travel and adventure

My art is about beauty in natural imperfection. Nature is sexy. Freedom to be a woman and all the passion and life that goes along with being a woman is sexy. All artwork on this page is original, ideas and concepts created by me sinc… Read More
1. Women of the world inspire me 2. Nature and earth 3. Travel and adventure

My art is about beauty in natural imperfection. Nature is sexy. Freedom to be a woman and all the passion and life that goes along with being a woman is sexy. All artwork on this page is original, ideas and concepts created by me since I fell in love with ceramics in 2004.

If I had to list my top five inspirational erotic artists it would be
Georgia O'keefe, Dali, Rodin, Matisse, and Degas.

"Life would be boring without curves"

"Sometimes I feel as though I have cold wet clay running through my veins trying to push it's way out to the surface. . . or maybe it's just the weather. "

"Imagine if over time the fine lines on a woman's face were as sexy as the curves of her body, where each line represents a hurdle in life that has been overcome making her a stronger more beautiful woman on the inside shining outward." Read Less
I have had a little taste of many art studies, from drawing, painting, photography, metal-working, jewelry making, to ceramics, and ceramic sculpture. After studying everything art at Los Angeles City college and Pasadena City College with an Associate of Art degree of 4 years, I decided to further my art studie… Read More
I have had a little taste of many art studies, from drawing, painting, photography, metal-working, jewelry making, to ceramics, and ceramic sculpture. After studying everything art at Los Angeles City college and Pasadena City College with an Associate of Art degree of 4 years, I decided to further my art studies at Cal State Northridge with life drawing and computer manipulation digital art studies. Then I eventually made my way to Cal State Los Angeles, where I did my entire last year of studies with a focus on ceramic arts.

I was in love with clay and this dirty, slick, wet, moist, clay medium. I loved the way it felt gliding through my hands and skin, how the sand in the clay would sometimes leave my skin fully exfoliated and completely sucked dry of moisture…I loved how I would leave the studio with clay all over my clothes and occasionally in my hair and on my cheek. I'd walk proudly caked in mud. I've always thought there is something sexy about focusing, creating, concentrating, imagining, seeing your vision in your head and just going for it, creating your very own vision with your bare hands… I generally sculpt with my bare hands, without tools. From the rough to the smooth, uninhibited pure joy of creation. I like to create as I go, like a free form painting, organic and straight from my mind, straight from my heart. I enjoy molding the clay to my imagination one body at a time, each one with it's own form and flow of movement, when combined becomes complete with emotion, feeling, and passion for life and powerful in her female body, sensual, sexy, seductive, alive, life giving, like the roots of trees, like the petals of a flower, like an underwater coral, creature of the earth and soil. Read Less
Bachelor of Fine Arts- California State Los Angeles
Associate of Arts Degree- Pasadena City College
Member Since: Sep 30, 2012