Oftentimes when an actress goes naked on film or in a magazine spread, they say that they're doing it for their art. That phrase is hardly ever as literal as it is here, however, thanks to the gorgeous Anna Christine Speckhart going topless while literally creating art. Does that mean she goes naked for her art for her art? Isn't that redundancy a bit redundant, though?
Perhaps this is part of a larger series of women going naked for their art. I would happily purchase a book that was filled with pictures of topless women painting, drawing, sketching, finger-painting, it really doesn't matter. Whatever art form they're interested in, I would in turn be interested in because they're doing it in the nude. Any form of art increases in artistic value when a naked woman is involved. I'm willing to bet you could make decoupage sexy by just having topless women doing it.
I don't know what Anna Christine Speckhart's preferred artistic medium is—oil on canvas seems to be what she's working with here—but I think I can safely say that our preferred medium for her to work in is naked. I don't know that that counts as a medium, per se, but I'm willing to make an exception here. Enjoy!