A posthumous portrait 2

 

For this artwork I left it to the commissioner to best describe…

“A posthumous portrait of Australian lifestyle Mistress, Lady Veronica, with her beloved princess.
No greater love had either shared before, their commitment and devotion to each other cemented and witnessed in a ceremony amongst friends, their lifestyle lived amongst friends the world over.
Lady Veronica’s love was often delivered with her whip or cane, guiding her princess to become a better servant, a better girl. Her discipline always represented a deep love for her girl, and was always delivered with a purpose, every lash of her whip carrying a lesson, every stroke of her cane delivering guidance.
Through the looking glass is the Queen’s summer residence, Sandringham, through the grounds of which Lady Veronica and her princess walked and kissed and shared their dream of retiring to an English country cottage, to indulge in their chosen lifestyle amongst friends.
Lady Veronica shall remain in our hearts, “A Glorious and Superior Lady”

Portrait of Miss Samara

Adept of the whip and cane, Dublin-based Miss Samara told me on commissioning this painting:-
” It is a very special memory, one of the first more extreme sessions I had with my submissive. He has very fond memories of it as well. It was a step forward in our D/s relationship and I wanted to capture that in something special. “

Note the kiss mark!

Miss Harpsichord 2

A while back Miss Ria Harpsichord received a forced-bi drawing.

For this second commission we see her brushing her long hair seated on a leatherbound slave – in a rather surreal setting. Strange humanoid forms tethered to a post float adoringly towards her. Are these her slaves watching her seductive movements?

But others fly in and around too, not yet enslaved but soon their moment will come.

 

 

A personal shrine

This personal shrine was an unusual and delightfully original commission.
The Lady M approached me asking for a set of drawings she could give to her beloved submissive as a birthday present.
After some discussion revolving around miniatures the idea of a medieval foldable triptych was considered.
It would be carried by her submissive whenever he was not near her – on holiday or on business, so it could always remind him of her, unfolded on a table or closet and knelt before it to adore her image – in effect a personal shrine.
In the centre panel Lady M, dressed in a medieval gown, looks out sternly at the viewer.
(for privacy I have added a digitally painted Venetian carnival mask to her face)
Behind her a medieval skyline and two nightingales perched on a bush sing merrily beside rose bushes from which long thorny stems grow through into the outer panels. On one side hangs a key, on the other a lock.
In the narrower panels her submissive is shown kneeling in a cell dressed in penitential robes reading from a book of devotional prayers, while in the other he is dressed in his female persona with wig and made-up, adoring his lady’s shoe.
The crystal ball and hourglass beside tell us that he is neither separated by time nor space from his mistress.
The frame had to be specially constructed to hold the three paintings.
This takes adoration to a new level. A totally unique work of art which only has meaning and value for the owners.
Many mistresses own a brand-name pair of shoes as a gift – how many can boast of a bespoke artwork, or even a shrine?

Birthday portrait of Madame Caramel

This portrait , commissioned as part of Madame Caramel‘s birthday, shows a throne made up of her slaves miniaturised around her. It is originally drawn in pen line then colour added by crayon.
Last year she received a wedding proposal from her beloved submissive Joris and here he is as the main figure at the front of the throne.
A suitable position for him !