By Kristiana Hall
A busty artist has painted a unique portrait of the Queen – by using her boobs as paint brushes.
Nadia Matievskay, 21, uses her bosoms to create stunning works of art and even sells them for money.
The artist, from Minsk, Belarus has captured stunning landscapes and even the new portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by covering her bosoms in paint.
Nadia, who turned professional after painting her first piece as part of a challenge, angles her breasts in different directions to create unique patterns and styles.
Nadia said: “I love what I do and I see why there’s a demand.
“Of course I realise that the way the paintings are create is what’s attracting attention to my art and I but I want to keep on making my art as much as possible.
“It’s difficult for me to say that I have a favourite painting. I love all of them.”
Nadia said she had never picked up a paint brush until she began painting her unique pieces back in February.
She now sells her art using Facebook and Instagram and flogs her wares across the globe.
The budding Picasso paints mostly portraits of the great and good including Queen Elizabeth II and landscapes.
Nadia says she picked up her unique style of painting while she was completing an acting course.
She said: “One day our mission was to give each other some weird tasks.
“And my task was quite odd , to paint a picture with my breast and sell it.
“So, at the start it was sort of just a joke.
I think my first experience was quite a success. It’s hard to evaluate it from the point of view of a painting technique as not many people paint like this but the colour was quite nice.
“Since then I started to source the information and study the twists and turns of breast painting.
“Every painting has its own story and feelings which I try to transfer through my art.”