“We strain to renew our capacity for wonder, to shock ourselves into astonishment once again.”
– Shana Alexander
8″ x 4″ Acrylic on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
This is painted from a WetCanvas WDE reference photo by Valri Ary. It’s in Barbados and Valri and I went there together in September of 2008. It was so wonderful and it’s hard to believe it’s already been two years ago.
I also live in a pink house. (It was my husband’s idea. hehehe) It sits on a hill overlooking Lake Eufaula and has become a landmark from the water. “Go the the pink house and turn left to go to the dam or turn right to go to No. 9 Marina.” Last weekend, someone told us they have been calling it the Mary Kay house. We’ve been in it for 5 years and that’s the first time we have heard that one!
Here are some other views of this little painting.
Look here to see the beginning of a 2′ x 4′ version of this.
About Shan a Alexander
Shana Alexander, the pioneering American journalist who was the first female staff writer at Life magazine, was best known for her combative “Point-Counterpoint” segments with conservative James Kilpatrick on 60 Minutes, which became fodder for a long-running Saturday Night Live spoof. She was born in 1925 in New York City. Her first assignment as a journalist was to interview the stripper Gypsy Rose Lee. She wrote several nonfiction books, mostly true crime accounts. She died in 2005.