Happy Anniversary to the Erotic Literary Salon. A grand evening next Tuesday, May 19th.
“Vintage erotic art prints that depict female anatomy are delicious when tastefully done. This surreal antique botanical collage “lady garden” is composed of a strange rubyfruit jungle of exotic flowers in a delightful tropical botanical arrangement that mimics the delicate flower that is a ladies… tender undercarriage (or anatomical genitalia). I imagine this floral art print may represent the female anatomy of Mother Nature, a green alien female, a powerful Earth spirit, a fairy or elemental, or a sensual woman from Venus off some Star Trek episode. It is erotic surrealism at its finest.
“Lady Garden”, a giclée print of an original collage illustration by Marabelle Hincher.
2014 Strange Anatomy Series.
This piece has an antiqued background with a white border, but is also available in white for a more modern print look (here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/212305372/erotic-botanical-collage-lady-garden). And it comes in several sizes.
At the larger sizes, over a fireplace, it could be called a real “conversation piece”. It’s like, oh lord, it’s just right there in your face. A bold, ballsy design choice.
This is one of the most popular and most remarked on pieces from my recent show, “Strange Anatomy”, in which I took elements from antique illustrations 100-200 years old and re-collaged them as new imaginative anatomical images. Anatomy is a hobby of mine, as is Surrealism, so the theme blended perfectly. It’s not the only piece containing antique Botany, I have several others including one with Hellish Walnuts (Common Underworld Walnuts), one with a meaty bleeding Blood Orange, a surreal Peach, and a muscled Pear woman torso.
This piece features an anatomical “lady garden”, where the mainly tropical plants and flowers are tastefully arranged to resemble a woman’s genitalia. The pitcher plant is a particularly nice touch. It’s how I imagine the lady bits might look on a woman from Venus. There is a roman numeral in the corner. All of the pieces in this series were numbered.
Fill your eyes and enjoy, my lovely ones.”