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A new Chiffonery Art addition!

Here’s a brief heads-up for Art’s sake today: Dance Mask of Kifwebe is now under the Chiffonery Art alphabetized listings in this blog’s sidebar column of Pages, or simply click the link I just gave you.

Now I know you’re tempted to think that a ‘Dance Mask’ can have little if anything to do with erotic art (‘Chiffonery Art’ as I call it) and normally I’d agree with you wholeheartedly. Yet Valentine’s Day is tomorrow so it behooved me to add a new Chiffonery Art image to the Pages list for the romantically inclined among us. Therefore, the image is now in place for viewing, if you’re 17+ years old.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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A new Chiffonery Art image added!

Cosima’s Window, a new Chiffonery Art drawing, has been added to the Pages in this blog’s sidebar column for possible viewing by a lone reader happening by…a lone reader such as yourself.

(‘Chiffonery Art’, ‘Boudoir Blossoms’, and ‘Cosmic Persona Designs’ are Art imprints for the 17+ among us; please comply. Jude)

Written by Jude Cowell

January 31, 2010 at 10:20 pm

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

So have you been to Maisy’s Lair?

Your cordial invitation to view new Art has arrived:

So have you been to Maisy’s Lair?
I ask because she likes to share
awaiting you with bloom in vase
a warmly smile upon her face
for Boudoir Blossoms are her style
do visit Maisy for a while
and leave behind your heavy care
relax and dream in Maisy’s Lair!

(Cosmic Persona Designs contains some mild adult content, but it’s only Art!)

You’re also cordially invited to browse my new Zazzle Shop of Art with Wall Posters, mousepads, and such at Jude Cowell Art if you wish.

You’ll find some Dreamyfish Art botanical fish portraits there with Cosmic, Moon, and Fairy Art images coming soon. Why, perhaps a Boudoir Blossom or two will make a cameo appearance when their schedules permit!

Chiffonery Art list updated

Just a heads-up about my Chiffonery Art renderings found in the sidebar column of Pages to your left, for a new portrait has been freshly added.

Alphabetized!

Look for ‘Chiffonery Art: Eugenie’s Mirror’ if you’re 17+, and check out the other Chiffonery Art ladies if you haven’t!

And if you’re old enough for mild adult content of the Art persuasion, you may view Boudoir Blossoms along with more Chiffonery portraits at Cosmic Persona Designs.

Click through the adult content warning – it won’t hurt ya one little bit.

Portrait of a Scorpio Girl

A new Page in my Chiffonery Art series is now added in the sidebar column for 17+ aged viewers:

‘Chiffonery Art: Scorpio Girl’ if you’d like a peek!

This original drawing is imported from Cosmic Persona Designs by artist, Jude Cowell. All rights reserved.

And if you’re looking for a little Political Astrology, mosey over to Stars Over Washington where I’ve been posting article links and videos that concern the US Congress, the CIA, and Dick Cheney.

Or just stick with Art. That’d be my best advice for a smoothly functioning day.

Written by Jude Cowell

July 14, 2009 at 3:49 pm

Frisky Friday Art returns!

Congolese Warega Statuette

As you see, this ‘Congolese Warega Statuette’ has an admirer!

Drawing by Jude Cowell 2009+ imported from the
Cosmic Persona Designs collection of drawings for the 17+ers amongst us (gallery contains some adult content, mildly erotic art, etc.)

Plus, check the sidebar column of Pages for three glamorous ‘Chiffonery Art’ ladies – Coco, Elsa, and Trixie await you!

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