Calling a model in her early twenties a “veteran” seems a bit odd, but “Provalo” is Mila I‘s forty-ninth appearance at MetArt so the description is fitting. And it’s quite easy to understand this beautiful blonde’s enduring appeal. She’s physically enticing, of course, but Mila I also has a spirited, lively personality that is easily captured in still photos or on video.
In looking at Mila I’s impressive catalog I notice something interesting. Although she’s worked with a diverse assortment of MetArt contributing photographers, eight of her ten most highly rated pictorials were created by one artist, Tony Murano. With “Provalo” I have a chance to see for myself why this particular team has proven to be so popular and successful.
Although the very first image is tilted for no obvious reason (a pet peeve of mine), the lighting and set design is pleasing, and Mila’s styling is a bit more polished than usual, which is also pleasing — Mila is nothing if not versatile, and here’s yet more proof. Then model and artist begin to experiment. In #005 we Mila is in a thoughtful mood, but by #009, still fully dressed, she expresses sexual ecstasy.
Explicit and unashamedly sexual imagery is a Tony Murano trademark, and as “Provalo” progresses it offers ever-increasing eroticism. While Mila I is undeniably cute with a bright and charming spirit, she’s also powerfully sexy, and this series captures that aspect of her personality quite impressively.
Yes, there are “tame” yet stylish photos here – #047, a study of Mila’s breasts with several flowers slightly out of focus in the background is one example. And the architecture of her body is rendered to striking effect in #072. Here Mila’s shoulders are on the floor and her body arches upward, supported by her legs up on the bed.
But the main course here is flowers — of two distinct varieties. Toward the end of “Provalo” Mila’s is in glistening full bloom as it is showered with yellow petals. And in the final shot, an extreme close-up, a single golden petal is held near a pink blossom of incomparable beauty. That’s what I call flower power!