Pashur is without a doubt one of America's most talented erotic artists. He specializes in wonderful body paintings
where his canvas is the skin of his lovely models. As the gallery pictures below will prove,
his work is truly incredible. From dark sensual moody pieces to work shouting social commentary to his brightly
colored joyous celebrations of beauty and life, Pashur's art is always striking and captivating. His fantasies made real are
mesmorizing, and you find yourself using the word "Wow!" a lot as you view his work.
As beautiful as his photographed works are, it's even more of a treat to see Pashur work in public and to view
his art "live" (and I do mean live). To see the full sensuality of his art moving on the bodies of his models is
something very special. A genuinely nice guy with a quick smile and a friendly dispostion, when you first
meet Pashur, you are immediately struck by the passion in both him and his art. This is a man who loves his work and
has fun being creative with the bodies he paints. If you get the chance to see him work in your area,
make sure to go and watch. It's quite a lot of fun watching him, and you won't be disappointed.
Born in 1972 and currently living in Orlando, Florida, Pashur has been working on his art since he can remember.
He studied art formally at the University of Memphis, and in addition to body painting, he also does artistic
design, humorous illustration, medical illustration, storyboards and murals. He got started in body painting while
drawing caricatures in a theme park. That led him to face painting which led him to using an airbrush. The artist
in him wanted to do more elaborate creative works which resulted in the body painting.
While focusing on body painting, he collaborates with top tier photographers to have his work memorialized by the
very best in photographic talent. His art work has won many awards including the National City and Regional Magazine Award for "Belly Up"
body painting art, The Best Nashville Illustrator by Sensored magazine, The Grand Prize at Planet Hollywood, Nashville
for painting his model as Darth Maul, and his Bathroom Mural was voted Best Bathroom in Nashville.
You can learn more about Pashur, his art, and his public exposition schedule by visiting his website at