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A friend of mine owns the original poster and wanted me to do some work on it
I will be adding several variants of this work so that he may choose which one he wants
Digital ArtPhotoshop CS5
marilyn, monroe, marilyn monroe, hollywood, legend, norma jean, stars, movies, movie star, famous people
I knew I wanted to be an artist at age 4 (Full story: Click on full portfolio, Click on my name)
I am permanently disabled and work at home. Previously, I have been employed as Art Director at California Manufacturers Association and Production Artist at SMW Communications of Sacramento CA.
I studied art at The Academy of Art in San Francisco 1977-79Mediums:Oils. Acrylics. Watercolors. Pastels. Inks. Charcoals. Graphites.
Currently I am focused and self taught in Digital Art.
VERY BEAUTIFUL WORK MY FRIEND ALWAYS WITH LOVE NORMA-JEAN.
this is beautiful..
THANX SO VERY KINDLY ONCE AGAIN DEAR HARMEET!!…;-D
what a women she was….
AMENS….TOO BAD SHE WAS ONLY APPRECIATED AND USED FOR HER BEAUTY….
sometimes that degree of beauty is too much to handle. Did you know that Hugh Hefner will be buried right next to her when he dies? Its an above ground vault.
WOW…NO, I DID NOT KNOW THAT…QUITE FITTING THO….AS SHE DID LAUNCH HIS EMPIRE!!
Wow! An image replete with symbolism and oozing with a sense of fertility and receptivity; today, such an image would seem to fly in the face of the femininist movement – I sense no objectification here, but instead, something of a balanced regard for an essential aspect of what it is to be a woman.