Anna Anton's art
New graphic dreamer, which allows me to introduce a subject that intrigues me very recently, the use of erotic images, or even sex, as a form of artistic expression.
The artist I feature this week is Anna Anton who certainly has a gallery with many other interesting aspects, presenting portraits as Clovis the Argonauts which are far away from the classical canons of "beauty" often used by those who use virtual worlds platforms as editor for their digital image. Interesting and not at all erotic are as well images like Mr.H., Mr. Collison’s Lullaby or even D Major rather than a beautiful landscape such as that of Remembering.
But as I said I wanted to take advantage of the gallery of Anna to introduce the theme of eroticism in art: a theme that Anna faces admirably in some of her latest images as I wish nothing but the best for you or Hearsomeness as well as the delicate Unspoken.
By the way, Anna is not the only one koinupper to have made very sexy pictures. Try to review the gallery of Emms (for instance Enticing), of Tessybaby (which I hope to see soon in Graphic Dreams with images as There’s just something about her…) or even of Meerbluebird (whom has recently added My mind in Graphic Dreams), of GuinneV (always with a very personal style as in Xtc), of Mira (see for example Owned) of Cindy Starostin (as with her Gothic Nude) and of course the two perhaps more "sexy" among the many dreamers graphics I have seen in recent months, Connie Sec and Paola Mills of which I will not mention any specific image since or I should make a list for each twice long of this article or omit images of excellent quality and high eroticism, so I recommend you go to visit regularly their galleries, like all other artists mentioned.
I have at this point a single doubt: not that I wanted to do it on purpose I mentioned almost exclusively women and although there are also male graphic dreamers able to produce images evocative of "forbidden" or at least seductive dreams, they are a distinct minority. It will be a just a coincidence? To you the answer and if you want the space to suggest to me other artists worthy of a mention, the theme of eros and graphic dreams do not end here, you may be sure!ShareThis