Portrait of Madame Ingrid

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The subject matter of this portrait of Madame Ingrid is dear to her heart – the western prairie, and in this scene she sits in a wooden shed in her traditional skirt and blouse offering her bare foot to a devoted admirer.

Here is a testimonial from her submissive who commissioned the artwork.

This is the second portrait I have commissioned for Madame Ingrid from Sardax.  Once again he has delivered a fantastic work.  Not only did he really wonderfully portray Madame Ingrid, he managed to capture much of the essence of our relationship.  I’ll never forget Madame Ingrid’s note to me as we looked at the final mock-up, “It’s so us!” 
This has already started us thinking about the next work. And next time, I too will make an appearance so She can always have me kneeling before Her. But that is for another day.
I also want to share a bit on the logistics.  Sardax makes this process really easy.  He listens to ideas, asks for pictures as a guide, and consults with you during the process.  
I can only encourage all admirers to really consider commissioning a work for your Mistress. It’s a great birthday or holiday gift. It’s easy to send gift cards and other tokens, but I don’t think anything expresses one’s devotion like a Sardax portrait.

Madame Ingrid’s Adoring Slave

Ken

2 thoughts on “Portrait of Madame Ingrid

  1. Really beautiful portrait. I love the setting and the scenario; the skirt, blouse, bare legs; and I identify with the reverential approach of the submissive to Miss Ingrid’s foot. So many lovely details conjure up the feelings. Thanks for sharing it!

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  2. Madame Ingrid in beautiful skirt and blouse outfit exudes sex appeal and confidence. The way she sits confident and laid back at the same time indicates who is in control here. Beautiful piece.

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