. . . promoting capitalist acts between consenting adults.
By Britain’s biggest selling print artist, Scotland’s Jack Vettriano. “My paintings,” he says, “are about things I have done and things I wish I could do. They are about a bunch of sad, unhappy people who are driven by lust.”
Oh yes! I just love his stuff. It has a way of sparking old half-remembered places and situations and people, the same way some music does.
"The Singing Butler" and "Dancer in Emerald"... awesome pieces of work.
Say what you mean, and mean what you say.(Off-topic grandstanding, trolling and spam is moderated. If it's not entertaining.)