“Life begets life. Energy creates energy. It is by spending oneself that one becomes rich.”
– Sarah Bernhardt
Gazebo at Posey Park – 8″ x 10″ Watercolor and Ink
This wonderful little gazebo is the center of attention during many festivals and events in Eufaula, Oklahoma. Tomorrow Clark Davis will be doing his DJ bit from the gazebo during the Eufaula Area Arts Council’s Art Walk and Car Show. The car show will be at Posey Park.
This is the 7th Art Walk that the EAAC has hosted in Eufaula. This year the Chamber of Commerce is also hosting a chili cook-off and there will be a golf cart parade at 1:00. Mike Rogers from KFOX will be doing a live radio broadcast from 1:30 to 3:30. They are even working on a 10 x 10 chalk drawing at Main and Foley, near the chili cookers, all day.
Our Favorite Place will be open from 9 am. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Portrait artist, Monica Brown will be present drawing portraits on the hour every hour. There are still 3 slots left.. If you like the portrait, you will be able to purchase it for $75. Kim Bultman will also be present playing the piano. They will have coffee, hot chocolate, spiced chai tea and homemade sweets from Made With Love Bakery all day!
Alex was to show marked genius in human understanding and an unusual comprehension of the beauty of the soul and the spirit. He was a child of happy disposition, carefree and playful. He grew into manhood with Tom, a full blood, whom his father had adopted. Alex tells in one of his stories about the Creek prophet and medicine man, Chologee. He and Tom had on one occasion placed a dead snake in the path where the old man would have to pass. They waited in hiding to see if he would be frightened.2 This story and other similar ones were evidences of the wit and humor which made him popular with his companions. More…
About Sarah Bernhardt
Sarah Bernhardt, the French stage and silent film actress known as the Divine Sarah, was born in Paris in 1844 as Rosine Bernard, the illegitimate daughter of a Jewish courtesan. She began her acting career at age 13 and quickly rose to international stardom. Oscar Wilde wrote the play Salome for her. After her right leg was amputated in 1915, she continued to perform onstage with a prosthetic limb. She was very close to her only child, her son Maurice. She died in 1923.