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Magnificence beauty lines the walls with the Beatrice collection. Hunter Luck uses a modern-day lens to form abstract yet contemporary women with various colors. From small sizes on canvas to monster paintings that make a room, one will find the beauty of the feminine energy here.


Crimson Widow

Lindsay Adler's photography inspired Hunter Luck. The Crimson Widow comes to life on a 48-inch by 60-inch acrylic canvas. Using a dark haunting black and a rich red to create a contrast leaving the viewer to feel intimidated and powerless. 


48 in by 60 in (Acrylic)

Intrigued by the essence of a woman in a society where seduction, sophistication, sex, and desire stimulates the senses of humanity. He wanted to portray the high class of an educated and powerful woman. After losing her husband and becoming a widow, she is more vital than ever—the Crimson Widow.  Strong in her red gown, radiating with her grin and devious under the brim of her hat, she highlights her mystery with an alluring lust.


The Maiden

The Maiden, is designed with contrast to highlight this modern world we live in today. What was... is no more, what is... is for a moment, and what will be... will end. The Maiden, last one in the room, and the first one out.

Hunter Luck set out to break the mold of the cliche red lips. So why not yellow? Using acrylic and gesso to create a textured background, he can bring this charcoal woman to life.  

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24 in by 36 in (Acrylic)

Plumped lips glitter with a radiant display of yellow flowers. A bright, cheerful gleam shines from an abstract woman with charcoal gray skin. Imprinted on a cracked sky of white, her black hat sways in the wind as she flashes her eyes in your direction. A sweet innocent fumes the air around her. An after bite of a sexual seductress pulls you in at the last second.


The Ladies Of The Night

A set of three Acrylic Paintings inspired by Jezebel, the Whore of Babylon. Babylon, Eve, Jezebel (Left to Right)

The eye is the window to the soul, and what better way to express the sinister, lustful Jezebel from the bible. Hunter Luck uses deep purple, starching white and sexual red to highlight the three most powerful women in the bible. 

24 in by 36 in (Acrylic)

"And they went to bury her, but they found no more of her than the skull, and the feet, and the palms of her hands." Elijah's prophecy was fulfilled. "The dogs shall devour the flesh of Jezebel...and the carcass of Jezebel shall be like dung on the that none will be able to say: 'This was Jezebel.'"



Bella, oh Bella, the lady of parties has arrived. Dressed in a fur coat and topped with a radiant hat, Hunter Luck paints a masterpiece on a sky blue background. This large and soft painting dominates any room she is placed.


48 in by 60 in (Acrylic)

She never says please. She commands. "Martini," she doesn't make eye contact with the poor bartender as she holds out her hand, waiting for her drink. She watches the room from under the brim of her hat. "Make it dirty," she smiles as she locks eyes with a man across the room. Little does this young boy know she would break him tonight.



Hunter Luck paints the embodiment of a nightmare. Using Purples, Blues, and Blacks, he brings forth a raven-like woman that haunts the viewer's dreams.


36 in by 24 in (Acrylic)

The lady of your dreams, they do not call me. I am your nightmare. The succumbing that whispers in your ear, the woman who teases you with your desires. Nevermore will you dream again. Nevermore will you be free.



Hunter Luck illustrates a Mardi Gras girl in her prime. Using teal blue and gold acrylic paint, he paints a fairylike woman pondering at the viewer behind her shoulder. 


36 in by 24 in (Acrylic)

Tis the night before Mardi Gras, the streets are lined with lights. Flags flap in the wind, beads drape the tables, ready to be grabbed. A woman can be seen at the end of an ally. She is dressed in gold, waiting for the party to begin. 

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