In the modern world, women’s beauty is associated with slim figures. If a woman falls far behind the standard and accepts the rules of this game, she starts torturing herself with sports, diets, and other restrictions. If the body of a woman is much bigger than the standard, it is considered abnormal. Such pressure makes full-bodied women feel unhappy and inferior.
A full body can be beautiful, but people might have difficulties in seeing it. This is where art can assist. My works in TwiddleArt style (a technique of painting with swirls and twiddles) expand the feminine beauty ideal. The artwork catches the eye and makes one want to explore it. Through the paintings, people can see the beauty of curvy women and overcome the associated stereotypes.