Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistJaeda DeWaltPlatinum Member CollectionColor
DescriptionThe Sensual Whisper features Jaeda DeWalt posing with model, Alan and is a part of the DeWalt Gallery collection. Image photographed using a digital camera and self-timer shutter release. Hair, make-up and styling also created by Jaeda DeWalt.About this Image: I've been told i speak in whispers. My bliss is soft, gentle, slow and rhythmic... a sensual whisper... an ebbing and weaving that goes through my entire body and being.
My sexuality is very passionate but also delicate, sweet and submissive. I seem to be somewhat Tantric by nature. I am one that needs to be stirred emotionally, intellectually, spiritually and sensually, simultaneously. I didn't choose this complicated equation, it's just what i am and how i'm wired. I crave multi-level and multi-dimensional experiences. My love is sweet and deep.
Connecting with someone does not make a relationship, does not sustain it... but if two people can co-create a foundation of friendship, intimacy, communication and trust from that connection, there are no limits to the love and ecstasy to be experienced and shared.
About Me: I am a self-taught taught artist that discovered my passion of photography, back in 1995, while writing my first book, Haunting Hands. A book initially intended to be a collection of poems i had written about surviving a difficult childhood. I decided it would feel more personal if i created the cover for the book myself. Shortly thereafter, i purchased a camera and turned my living room into a makeshift studio. I did a series of self-portraits and then another and another. The process of creating and putting myself in front of the camera felt cathartic, liberating and healing. The photographic medium opened up a new world to me and ignited a kind of passion within that i didn’t even know i was capable of experiencing. My book transformed into a, survivor-orientated, photographic essay and that started me down the path to becoming a photographic artist.
ANSWER TO THE MOST FAQ EVER: Are your self-portraits, self-portraits? YES! I don't consider a self-portrait to be TRULY a self-portrait unless i take the picture of myself, by myself. It's not easy to chase oneself around with the camera, LOL. But that's what i do. I use a digital camera, utilizing the self-timer mode. Sometimes i get the shot i want on the first shot or first few frames and other times it takes me 100s of pictures to get the shot i want.
WHY do you create? . . . because imagery, poetry and words can offer us a feeling, an experience and the magical gift of transport. I want my imagery to give people a way to express themselves, to offer them a moment of magic and wonder, I want to ignite the imagination, emotions and give people a sense of connection. Learn more about my creative process via the Q & A page of my website: http://www.redbubble.com/people/jaedadewalt/journal/694520-q-and-a-with-jaeda.
BRIEF BIO: I have produced cover art for books, playbills, collective fine art books and have had my work exhibited in New York, including the Hofstra Museum. In 2009 i published, Shades of the Soul an artography book featuring my art and poetry. You can preview my book, here: http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/625673