Throughout history, artists have studied the nude female figure in various forms. However sublime the work of the Greeks, Rubens and Degas, Igor Oussenko has explored this subject through a perspective that might impress even them: invisibility. With skilled digital manipulation and a bucket or two of paint, Oussenko has created women who are literally dripping in color. They have luminosity, volume and movement that (even though invisible) must be seen.
Igor Oussenko’s more visible work is here: