I was asked to do a commission of another Queynte painting a few weeks ago, by someone who loves the Fantasy Fanny paintings I’ve done and wanted one of their own.
Its a while since I’ve done one of these and I’m always excited to do them!
This one was to be on block canvas, painted in acrylics, and to be mostly bright reds, purples, and vibrant blues, but also with a few minor colours of orange, black, lime green and yellow.
I always put a woman logo in the painting to remind everyone what the painting is about. And the highlights of white show the life within the image too.
The painting is anatomically correct, the details within it have the colours exaggerated so that it makes you look and think, and look again at what you are viewing. Its very familiar and yet hidden in colours…I love them, I love what they stand for, the vibrancy of womanhood, on show, and yet hidden, a celebration of womanhood…
They are portraits, but not of the part of the body that people normally see. Thats why they are all anonymous, and thats why they are numbered in chronological order..This is Queynte 24….
Another one to add to my collection of Fantasy Fannies…