Au Natural: Alice Denham

12 x 12"

​Digital collage, acrylic & ink on canvas

Private collection

Form #3

8 x 11"

​Collage, acrylic & ink on  board

Au Natural: Julianne Young

12 x 12"

​Digital collage, acrylic & ink on canvas


Playboy 60: 1980's

Petra Varakraik

​18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

Playboy 60: 1970's Janet Quist

​18 x 24"

Digital Collage, watercolour and ink

Au Natural:Four studies exploring the stylistic changes in the depiction of the nude in mass media

Playboy 60: 1960's Sally Sheffield

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

Playboy 60: 1990's 

Monica Lee

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

Playboy 60: 1990's 

Kerri Kendall

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

Au Natural: Ali Rose

12 x 12"

​Digital collage, acrylic & ink on canvas


Playboy 60: 1970's Terri Witt

​18 x 24"

Digital Collage, watercolour and ink

Playboy 60: 1990's 

Angela Little

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

Playboy 60:An exploration of the changing norms and standards relating to the depiction of the female nude as evidenced

                              through sixty years of Playboy magazine (Total collection 60 works)

Playboy 60: 1950's Jean Jani

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and graphite

Playboy 60: 1980's Lourdes Estres

​18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

Playboy 60: 2000s

Dani Mathers

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

Private collection

Playboy 60: 1970's Liv Lindeland

18 x 24"

Digital Collage, watercolour and ink

Playboy 60: 1980's Venice Kong

​18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

Playboy 60: 1950's Marguerite Emprey

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and graphite

Private collection

Playboy 60: 2000s Rebecca Ramos 

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

Private collection

Playboy 60: 1970's Marilyn Cole

18 x 24"

Digital Collage, watercolour and ink

Playboy 60: 2000s

Ida Ljungquist 

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

2000's: By the final decade (with a few note worthy exceptions) there is an established formula of manufactured hair, breasts and tans and the standardised pose sequence appear tired and predictable. The absence of pubic hair, the realm of fetish magazines in past decades, becomes the norm corresponding with changing social norms and practices.

Playboy 60: 1960's ​Unknown

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

Playboy 60: 1950's Alice Denham

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and graphite

Playboy 60: 1950's Lynda Gamble

​18 x 24"

Digital Collage and graphite

Playboy 60: 2000s Kennedy Summers

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

1970's: In many ways the Golden Years of the publication which became an integral part of the hedonistic decadence of the decade.

Playboy 60: 1980's Lourdes Estores

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

Playboy 60: 1970's Dorothy Stratten

18 x 24"

Digital Collage, watercolour and ink

Playboy 60: 1950's Terri Ryan

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and graphite

Form #4

8 x 11"

​Collage, acrylic & ink on  board

Private collection

1950's: While in comparison to later decades the photography and staging of the first decade may appear innocent it exudes an elegance and sophistication sadly lacking in latter decades..

1990's: Body forms and poses become more generic and manicured pubic hair becomes the norm.

Form #1

8 x 11"

​Collage, acrylic & ink on  board

Au Natural: Maugrite Emprey

12 x 12"

​Digital collage, acrylic & ink on canvas

Private collection

Form #2

8 x 11"

​Collage, acrylic & ink on  board

Playboy 60: 1980's Unknown

​18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

1980's: The generation of the sexual revolution. A decade of transition as poses of the predominantly natural women becoming more direct with full frontal fully exposed nudity becoming the norm by the end of the decade.

Forms:A return to the exploration of pure form

Playboy 60: 1990's Stacie Sanchez 

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

Playboy 60: 1960's Pamela Gordon

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

Playboy 60: 1980's

Terri Wiegel

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

2015

Playboy 60: 2000s Cassandra Lynn 

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

1960's: The generation of the sexual revolution. A decade of transition as poses of the predominantly natural women becoming more direct with full frontal fully exposed nudity becoming the norm by the end of the decade.

Playboy 60: 1960's Leslie Bianchi

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink

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Playboy 60: 1960's Victoria Valentino

18 x 24"

Digital Collage and ink