Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Black Widow Madame Victorene

Madame Victorene is the second piece in my series The Residents of 7717 St. Charles Ave.


Madame Victorene was not bitter, after all it was not her doing that all five of her husbands died of tragic deaths at very young ages. It's true they had left her a great fortune and she had lived very comfortably, but to think she had anything to do with their deaths was just horrible gossip. She died rich and alone at 7717 St. Charles Ave.

10 comments:

Pattee said...

OMG that is such a great story for such a wonderful doll!!!
I love your style~
Pat

threemoonbabies said...

She's wonderful! I love your dolls.

Mealy Monster Land said...

that poor lonely widow. she is great. I love this new series.

Yve said...

She's stunning, she may have been alone but I doubt she was lonely :o)

Once Upon A Blue Crow said...

Poor Madame Victorene...such tragedy , and people do like to gossip.

She's great.

Aunt Pitty Pat's said...

Fantastic doll and a wonderful story to go along with her... I have awarded you with an award. Even though you don't post them I just wanted you to know I love your blog :)
M

Sue said...

Very cool Colleen! Looking forward to seeing what other diabolically wonderful characters are in this series!

The Stapelia Company said...

I love this doll. Black Widow, huh? I did a card set based on that idea... love this!

Studio At Crow Haven Farm said...

Colleen she is just amazing. I love the black & White... Stunning!
P.S. Pick up your award! whooohoooo
Cheers

Oops! Desperate Blogger~ said...

I so love your stories! And the dolls that have lived them! ;-)
Thanks for being my arthritis buddy! Let's just skip that A word and be buddies!
Sending you hugs!