Ebony London

Artist 

Exposed

"From a woman’s breast comes nutrients and for many of us our first understanding of connecting and being comfortable with another person.  I don’t agree that women are required to hide their breast just so others won’t feel uncomfortable.  

My Bare Breast series is my documented rebellion."-eLL

Bare Breast/Lucille, Cleo & Sugar

Acrylic on canvas, 16in x 24in


$295

 

“This is my last night with my breast.” Lucille said as she stood in front of the mirror.  Cleo and Sugar sadly looked at each other, trying to hold back the tears that threatened to escape.

“Well let’s do this!”

Lucille’s instant change in tone got Cleo’s and Sugar’s attention.

“Lets!” Cleo said as she stood up and began to undress.

Sugar hit play on the stereo and India Arie’s song, Video, played loudly as the three women put on the gowns that Cleo had custom made for this special night. Once all the women were fully dressed, they grabbed each other’s hands before walking out of the dressing room. The photographer smiled as the three bare breasted women wearing beautiful purple dresses made their way in front of her camera.

 With their hands on their hip, the three women stood tall and proud. The photographer didn’t need to put for the any effort in capturing their beauty.

 

 

Bare Breast/Tamera, Pumpkin & Michelle

Acrylic on canvas, 16in x 24in


$295

 

Bare Breast/Lynn, Melissa &Tina

Acrylic on canvas, 24in x 28in, 


$330