Museworthy Art Show Selections

Standing leaning back,  from September 2011


Seated chair, from September 2012

D7K_0309 rose

Reclined foreshortened, with fabric, from September 2013

Picture 6


Picture 7

All images were photographed by Fred Hatt

Calligram text:

Girl of the city . struggles. hope. saved. seeking. baring body and soul.

10 thoughts on “Museworthy Art Show Selections

  1. Grier Horner says:

    Great model, great pics. One thing I’m not sure about. Are the pictures we submit supposed to be based on one of these photos?

    • artmodel says:


      Yes, people will choose a photo and create an artwork from that image. It’s my way of “modeling” for my readers 🙂

      Thanks for the compliments!


  2. Derek says:

    I luv the first two images the first one is very spiritual and free the second one looks very relaxed comfortable strong graceful and beautiful and third one shows serenity and grace. and the fourth one shows vulnerability. I will have another one ready. Be ready for my piece.

    • artmodel says:


      I’m glad you’re pleased with the choices. Your descriptions are perfect. Really looking forward to seeing your creation!

      Thanks for commenting.


  3. Bill says:

    Very cool — definitely looking forward to seeing the results — including my own 🙂

    And a thank you to Fred for sharing his great photos.

  4. Dan Hawkins says:

    Lovely pictures. I’m not an artist, so I’m not going to attempt to draw any of them. I would probably pick the third one since the full figure is in the frame and not cropped. But then there’s the foreshortening…

    If I had half the readership you have, I might try something like that on my blog, maybe with the video of myself I just posted.

    • artmodel says:


      Yes, the reclining pose is very foreshortened. That’s actually why I decided to include it as some people prefer that challenge. I’ve already chosen the one I’m going to do but I’m not telling 😉

      Thanks for your comments!


  5. François says:

    hi claudia, what do you mean by “saved”?

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