Wednesday, July 15, 2009


Her story was inspired by the children transported by train from the streets of New York City to the farms in the Midwest. Between 1854 and 1929 over 200,000 orphans rode those trains. So sad but true. You can read Rose's story on Ebay

10 comments:

Studio At Crow Haven Farm said...

I think she is so precious and her story too! Nice Job Girl... Have a great rest of the week my friend.
Cheers

Skellyton Art said...

Thanks Michelle...You too!

Cheers!

YoursTruli said...

I came across your blog and just fell in love with your dolls! Incredible work each one is hauntingly beautiful. Is Ebay the only place you sell?

Skellyton Art said...

Thank you,and yes I only sell the dolls on Ebay for now.

Shirley :)

~* The Beldame on Peach Street *~ said...

Hey Shirley!

Thanks for visiting my Regarding Jamie post. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Being a child at my house was magical - not perfect mind you but magical, especially during the holidays. That was a time that everyone got into.

I loved being little! Thankfully I haven't matured too much! LOL

I love your dolls and the stories behind them, just wonderful!

Jamie

Kathy and Carrie said...

She's great and how sad regarding the story, but you turned it into a fabulous piece of art...what an inspiration.

Julie said...

You're dolls are amazing! I especially love the witches~ so cool!

Skellyton Art said...

Thank you all so very much. Your comments mean a lot!

Gollywobbles said...

I was so touched by her story. I fell in love with her more and more as I read...your work is incredible! ~Sam

Skellyton Art said...

Thank you sam.