In Mixed Media ( Ink, Acrylic & Watercolour )
310 × 390 on Canvas paper.
*Inspired by Montdragon’s killer poem “Coupe boudoir on killer wheels”.
john dicandia queen montdragon poem boudoir
fascinating love !
Molto grazie Guenda! : D
I hope Montague has seen this because this is just out of this world. : ))
Yes he’s seen this alright! I think I was out of this world when I did this. lol! Molto piacere bella! : D
Wow this is awesome, i really love it :0)
Many thanks lovemexxx, lots of love here. : D
An exciting work John!
MAny thank yous Jolante. : D
nice one,she is a dream,and looks dreamy too,your drawings,the foundation of your art, is as perfect as it gets,
The quest for beauty continues Walt, like the elusive grail. : D
Forgot to say.. Many thanks again my friend. : D
Sublime anxiety, a portrait of an enigma worthy of veneration to be consumed with your eyes eating it all up and not satisfied, wanting more of The Queen of Ecstasy, a vision of what you can never have, such is life. A mask held with henna hands, tattooed on her fingers mesmerizing graffiti and magic spiritual symbols of her past present and future, the face a promise of the sweetness of dreamy dreaming the dream, she is a dream, her fingers tell beautiful poems promises of ecstasy, if you dare, she is dangerous and will do as she pleases, with that look in her eyes and bemused full luscious smile of a coupe boudoir on killer wheels and deadly stiletto heels full throttle, no man can survive the ride to live and tell. “The model” is deliciously delectable tasty tasting umami so exquisite, and you have a gift, how fortune for the both of you, “the model” and artist and then the art itself, visualizing the essence and illusive attributes of dark and mysterious and so dangerous, “je ne sais qua.”
Huzzah huzzah huzzah!!!
She is a hedonistic hybrid in my eyes, everything that many people want but can’t have or want to have but only a minute number possess. But in saying that, I guess once you have “her” the thrill of the chase is over and she becomes an anticlimax. Thank God the above exists on paper or in our imaginations where the chase is eternal. Enough of the tripe, Many thanks to you for fueling my imagination and allowing me to create. Your cyberspace friend Giovanni. : D
Thank you Venus! : D
wow oh woww wow. perfect mix of crazy with stone cold intention loose yet tightwith just the rightbalance!!
The piece was inspired by Valente aka Montdragon’s racy avant garde poem “Coupe boudoir on killer wheels”. I approached it differently and played around with texture and mediums and I’m pleased with the result. Always a pleasure Yvonca. : D
oh and Damn! that ring is a nice touch!
Yes! That’s Korda’s iconic Che Guevara in that ring, he is there to symbolize the rebellion and the sense of adventure for the Queen of Ecstasy.
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Many thanks again for the feature Deborah, always a pleasure to see you here. : D
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