I have Marveled at Liz's remarkable and stark beauty in a couple of past sets. I have received mixed feedback about her, and yet I am adding her again. The reasons are simple, I like hard features, and she seems to have a strong personality. I also really like the fact that she's an American.
Morey's work is revealing by my standards, but I managed to select a handful of images that adhere to my standards and show her remarkable beauty. I hope that you will like it. If you like things explicit, you can always head to Morey Studio for the "full" version.
This is the second gallery from the wonderful American model Liz Ashley to appear on GN. Also from Morey Studio.
Morey's sharp style is very clear in this gallery. Liz looks alluring with minimal props and make-up. He has a great way of adding glamor into the world of erotica while creating artistic nudes in the process. It's a very unique mix. His works with Liz Ashley strongly remind me of Courbet's L'Origine du monde. It's not the visible pubic hair, but it's a striking simplicity and artistic vision, a reverence for the beauty of female genitalia.
I know that this is not the typical GN style of galleries. I do find that approach admirable, and that's why I think that featuring it is worthwhile.
This gallery perfectly illustrates what I meant in my last post from Morey Studio. Liz Ashley is a famous American model whose pictures can be found in a lot of places, including Playboy and Penthouse, but her pictures from those other places are remarkably different from those shown here. They're remarkable artificial and Liz looks much less charming than she looks here with Morey's striking simplicity.
First, there is no commodification and she clearly is not treated like an object. Her pubic hair and her genitalia are not props. When she's standing there with her legs slightly apart she's the one in control, she's the one showing her body, and she's the one who's not ashamed of her femininity or of herself. There's a great sense of empowerment in those "explicit" images that you can see in this gallery. This is not an exception, for the images are very artistic and the focus is not without a deep meaning. You can not see a part of her body without seeing her face and her expressions.
She looks very powerful and confident in every picture, and that's what makes this set that amazing and Morey's works that special. I hope that you will see the same forces that I saw when I chose those images.