BODY ART GALLERIES
What a special time in a woman's life when she is expecting a child. A world of change starts to evolve as she prepares for the newborn baby to come into her life. Among the changes are the physical transformations her body goes through as the baby starts to grow. Her belly becomes a visual announcement that she is an expectant mother. Belly painting offers her an opportunity to capture the moment of this precious time by decorating the womb with original artwork. The motif can be anything she desires from the theme of the baby's room to a seasonal decoration celebrated in the month of her due date. Although the paint will wash away, the memory and the photograph can bring a lifetime of smiles to her and someday to share with her child.
BELLY PAINTING FOR EXPECTING MOTHERS GALLERY
I was truly honored when Time Magazine featured some of my belly paintings in a photo journal article for their online magazine. Here is a link to to a page with more info:
Some of these bellypaintings are featured in The Art of Belly Painting, a book and painting kit for pregnant bellies available from Amazon.com by clicking on the book cover below. The adjacent picture is a scan of one of the kit's pages. The author, Nancy Price is a fellow Phoenix resident and is a founder and editor-in-chief of the SheKnows Network and one of the founding editors of ePregnancy magazine.
Mark Greenawalt, Artist
Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America
E-mail: [email protected]
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