I adore surreal works! I'm not much one for the naked female form, but I can appreciate it, especially when it's done tastefully.
This reminds me quite a bit of Salvador Dali's work. Was he perhaps an inspiration?
Either way, amazing interpretation of the goddess! I see you used the heart, and the rose, which are both commonly used to portray love, and given that she's the goddess of love, I don't think you could've picked better.
It's a matter of personal choice. Maybe the artist wanted to break away from the standard that women "have" to shave their pubic area. I think it's a very bold stance that meets people on either end of the argument in the middle (pun intended). Venus represents love and femininity and beauty and I think the fact she has hair at all is a bold move that I appreciate and whole hearted applaud.