“Sometimes when we are generous in small, barely detectable ways it can change someone else’s life forever.”
– Margaret Cho
I love that quote!
Wide Open Space – 4″ x 6″ Watercolor
There’s something about wide open spaces. I love farms and rolling meadows. This was painted from a photo by Bonnie (Artastic) at WetCanvas. The sunset really was that color in the photo. Space is the word for Illustration Friday and I chose this image as this week’s entry.
I have already installed graphics on a travel trailer this morning. Today’s forecast is for 111 F and I swear, it’s well on it’s way. I’m getting too old for these extreme temperatures. I know…. whine, whine, whine. 🙂
About Margaret Cho
Margaret Cho, the outspoken Korean-American comedian and actor, made television history as the first Asian-American with her own TV series, All American Girl. She was born in 1968 in San Francisco and has mined her life for extremely successful one-woman shows, including I’m the One That I Want and Notorious C.H.O., both of which spawned albums, movie versions, and books. When not touring with her comedy, Cho works now in Hollywood as both an actress and a director.