Cupid Incubation by neofotistos

Cupid Incubation

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Added: Jan 27, 2002
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my point is that love, however tender and pure, can always be traced back to its endorfine-soaked, carnal origins...

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christina, i thought you would recognize the author of the 04-01-04 comment on ambiguous captivity, but perhaps not. i doubt you have a more adoring fan. you are certainly the real thing.

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i love that your paintings always have something to say

christar's picture

This picture reminds me of why I don't ever want to have children...Because there are plenty of other "genetically superior" folks out there who are far more deserving to reproduce themselves than I. Yuck, a small mass of flesh and bones, festering inside the womb like a parasite. Blech blech blech

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When a woman gives birth to another human being ,she is also bringing death to this world. I know it is morbid but it is true. Everybody is going to die someday. It is why I only paint dreamy stuff!

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Wow.. it's a real strong image. You really express certain feelings and thoughts, something i aspire to do too.. The colors and the image are amazing.. '

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I hope you don't mind me saying so, but, this is NOT the kind of stuff I hang above my bed..this is what I tatoo to my dog's forhead to scare Jehova Witnesses away.

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It's my opinion that love always starts as lust. At least, what, 99.9% of the time? Awesome pic.

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Very nicely done. I bet you were humming: BORN TO BE WILD when you did this one, were you not. How do you get your ideas, man...are you getting shot by arrows or something? I love it!!!

pantropy's picture

Very symbolic, the textures you have through the image are great! As the above said, it made me think, I never really thought about cupid/angel having earthly origins.

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Beautifully done is all I can say, really made me think, which too few of the works here do.

Art at its best.