Hooker’s Paradise – Natalia Fabia (13 paintings)

Inspired by hot chicks, sparkles, and punk rock music, Polish artist Natalia Fabia takes us on a voyeuristic journey. Her self proclaimed fascination of hookers fuels her painting of sultry women.

I really admire how Fabia takes risks through her provocative works. Capturing beautiful women in intimate scenarios, the artist manages to keep it classy through her mastery of oil paints. Her pieces are sexy and alluring in nature, but also maintain a delicate balance of feminine charm.

Fabia was raised in Southern California where she graduated from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.

“I feel like everyone is a hooker. We're all working for money or something. One of the definitions is someone who's selling their talents and ability for money–it says nothing about sex. I like the word because it's kind fun of say. I call all my girls hookers, but I'm really lucky I happen to know lots of cool, strong, talented, independent chicks.” -Natalia Fabia


Natalia Fabia’s website



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