They’re prominent and well lotioned.
Ken Flewellyn’s Living Large is hanging in Thinkspace Gallery. It features a lady, in photorealistic detail, sitting on a floor against a wall, with a boombox next to her. What stands out are the patterns of color; the checkered floor, the parasols on the wall, the white and pink flowers on the woman’s navy blue dress. They serve as a visual diffusion for what REALLY stands out in the painting, which are the woman’s shiny bare legs in the foreground. They’re prominent and well lotioned, and I prefer paintings with naked legs in them to paintings without legs.