Lady Ravenwood Inspired By Frida Kahlo Lowbrow Art Illustration
Lady Ravenwood was a frequent guest at Blackwater Manor, so frequent she had her own seat of rooms.High up the north tower. So far that only the most athletic servants would be chosen to wait on her, after the unfortunate incident. The servant was found just in time exhausted and babbling.
In a complex world of adults and their chosen titles and relationships she was called aunt to a gaggle of children that shared no blood ties. She was a favorite. Her velvet pouch held all manner of mysteries, trinkets, and treats. A scarab from an Egyptian dig she had us left cursed was the legend, delightful no? A marionette that moved with no strings that could be seen or felt. Magic? Surely if there are no other options it must be…she invited only one to look closely. The child’s jaw opened and their head shook side to side. Still magic? No, but it is magic explained. No one saw that child for a fortnight being locked in a lab. The marvels created in that fevered mania appear in the house and populate Lady Ravenwood’s room.
Lady Ravenwood was fond of saying she lived her life as if it were being written. Good was lovely but adventure was the real page turner. She never shooed children from her path. She lived as a story and what good would that be without a rapt audience?