Portrait of Mistress Mera

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An Ancient Egyptian fantasy for Manchester Mistress Mera.
Why such an unusual theme?  Manchester is a far away by distance and culture but Mistress Mera’s name and looks can easily seduce you into this exotic fantasy…

Seen here as powerful and ruthless Queen of the Nile, she stands at the water’s edge where her slaves sit ready to transport her down the river in her personal galley.
One of her personal slaves (who commissioned the painting) deferentially adjusts one of her shoes. Her dress is based on an Ancient Egyptian kalasiris though with some fantasy latex added and it is certain that at some point in the voyage she will be using that vicious black whip!

Mistress Mera

 

2 thoughts on “Portrait of Mistress Mera

  1. Curious about the slaves ‘equipment’. Are those corset like devices simply to provide support as they put their backs into it or was your think more devious than that?

    Wonderful artwork Sardax, this has to be one of my personal favorites. Her imperious nature shines through!

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