Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Leg Stretch Girl

Leg Stretch Girl

Artist: Tonya
Watercolor on Paper (9"X12")


Spindly spider-like legs - one raised in triumph and restrained by a Fettuccine strap, with the other leg is left lying like an unused snapped appendage sacrificed in the name of Yoga purity, and hair volumized to imply activity, - mark the dominant features this Goya-esque homage to what was hoped would be the Cosmo-girl for the 1980s.

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1 comment:

  1. this artist certainly took lots of anatomy drawing classes!


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