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Trifecta Confections

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Trifecta Confections. Original oil painting on canvas, 9” x12”, © 2013 Tiffany Davis-Rustam.
Trifecta Confections. Original oil painting on canvas, 9” x12”, © 2013 Tiffany Davis-Rustam.

Dare you believe it is what you think it is?

Yes! This painting is the ultimate expression of the divine feminine sensuality, to the magical power of 3! Three is a sacred number in many cultures, and it certainly shows strength in numbers here.

The female anatomy is celebrated here with a sacred reverence, expressed like a blooming flower, or a perfect candy-coated confection. I feel we should be honest about our sexuality, because in truth we are all sexual beings, and conscious use of this intimate union brings us closer to our own soul power.

A woman’s vagina is the entrance through which all beings enter through, and a source of love and pleasure for a woman and those who love her.

As a woman myself, I believe we should embrace the divinity of our sexual natures, and treat our body as a temple… only those who respect and nurture our ENTIRE beings deserve to be “let inside the gates” of our special place, and partake of the candy!

This small little painting was done on flat canvas, and is framed nicely in a white wooden frame.

Original and prints available on my Etsy shop.

Embracing Angelic Feminine Sensuality

Angelic Petals. Original oil painting on repurposed wood, 7.25” x 9.25”, © 2012 Tiffany Davis-Rustam.

If you’re like most people, this painting will have an instant reaction—whoa!

Many of my paintings are inspired by very organic natural floral shapes, like Moonflower Magic  and some people say they look like vaginas!  In the past I never intended that — I take the Georgia O’Keefe defense — it’s just the symmetry of nature, which often reminds us of  sensual human shapes too.

But, since I heard this so much I decided to embrace it, and I thought I’d actually try to make a”V” painting on purpose. Innately, it was never a far jump for me to honor the beauty of the female anatomy, as I pointed out. While I was painting a little hidden image emerged in the middle, which appears to be an angel with wings standing on her tiptoes! I love the added intrigue of hidden images, and this one adds an air of sacred reverence to the subject matter.

I’m really happy with the way that it turned out, and I’ll not be bashful about what this represents either! Always interested to hear your thoughts out there.

Original painting is available here in my Etsy shop and prints available here in my Fine Art America shop.