“The capacity for hope is the most significant fact of life. It provides human beings with a sense of destination and the energy to get started.”
– Norman Cousins

That is so true!  Love it!

Copyright Beth Parker Art

A Little Architectural Color – Watercolor & Sharpie

I didn’t have anything new to post today, so I pulled one from the archives.  I like this one.  I need to do one like this of Eufaula businesses.  I do have a 2′ x 4′ painting to do to replace the one that sold last weekend.  hmmmmm  🙂

About Norman Cousins

American writer and editor Norman Cousins is best known for his book, Anatomy of an Illness, an account of how he used nutrition and positive visualizations, including laughter, to heal from an illness diagnosed as fatal. He was born in New Jersey in 1915. He served many years as editor-in-chief of the Saturday Review, a job he loved. Under his guidance, circulation increased from 20,000 to 650,000. He received the UN Peace Medal for his world activism. He died in 1990.


7 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Cindy D
    Oct 12, 2012 @ 08:28:04

    Love this! Love a streetscape with neat details and bright funky building colors. And all different window styles. I am taking notes! I want to do more streetscapes.


  2. Jill
    Oct 10, 2012 @ 19:27:01

    I want to live on that street!


  3. Phyllis Dobbs
    Oct 10, 2012 @ 16:21:11

    I love your buildings. The colors are wonderful and the buildings have so much depth! Delightful as usual!


  4. just4crafters
    Oct 10, 2012 @ 10:56:22

    I love the colors in Bethville!!!! They so much fun!!!! ~Sophia


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