Jude's Threshold

A Tapestry Blog of Astrology, Politics, Art, and Social Concerns

A popular Search term: ‘erotic art’

Yes, it’s true, a popular search term for this blog continues to be ‘erotic art’ and you’ll find some here plus at Sepia Art Theater, if you wish.

Yet more and more I personally refer to my racier drawings as ‘Cosmo-Erotic Art’ since that seems to describe them better, imo.

The latest such drawings perpetrated may always be found in my Cosmic Persona Designs collection of Chiffonery Art and Boudoir Blossoms images, so if you’re in the 17+ age range you may click through the Adult Content Warning and browse at your leisure. A Labels List is provided to orient you so you won’t get lost.

And yet I feel that ‘adult content’ is rather strong for what I do – mildly ‘racy’ or ‘saucy’ would be closer to characterizing the fanciful figure studies with cosmic flavor which I call, Cosmo-Erotic Art.

Plus, you may wish to check out the Pages column here to your left under “Chiffonery Art” if you haven’t as yet. You’ll find a few ladies’ portraits waiting for you there…

Art On,

Jude

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