Displayed in figure one is the posed female body morphed with orchid flowers inviting the possibility of penetration and fertilisation. The fetishization of breasts and eyes carries over from the painted work as the bodies, often in suggestive or explicit poses, are de-personalised and exhibited as hybrid specimens which is what Barton wanted her audience to view in the terms of existence. Through my eyes the collage also represents the pure meaning of existence through the male gaze and how males often see females as objects. The female’s body is presented in a sexy but elegant way in this collage and intrigues the possible idea that female sexuality has a major importance in our