Parkville, MO – A little Watercolor

“Don’t let other people tell you what you want.”
– Pat Riley

Copyright Beth Parker Art 2013

Copyright Beth Parker Art 2013

Parkville, MO – 4″ x 6″ Watercolor & Ink

Parkville is a beautiful little historic town near Kansas City.  I got the image from Google Maps.  If you’re wondering  how Google Maps feels about art being painted and sold from their site… I got the following information from Virtual Paintout:

Google approves using Street View for art!

“After speaking with Google’s Maps Team, it has been determined that artists can use images from Google Street View as reference for creating paintings and drawings, and the artists can sell these works.
One thing that needs to be made clear. If the artist shows an original view on which a painting is based, i.e. the original screenshot, make sure to keep the Google logo and copyright visible on that screenshot. No logos or mention of Google is necessary on your art itself. As an example, if you show your Street View art in a gallery and want to show the reference beside the painting, the reference would have the logo, not your painting.
The team is very excited about the concept! As am I.”

About Pat Riley

Legendary American sports coach Pat Riley, the three-time NBA Coach of the Year, was drafted by both NBA and NFL teams when he graduated from college. He was born on March 20, 1945 in New York. He played with the LA Lakers on their championship-winning 1972 team and retired in 1976, becoming an assistant coach to the same team in 1980. The 1981–82 season began badly, so management fired his boss and promoted Riley, who took the Lakers to the first of their four championships under his guidance. In 1995, Riley resigned from the Knicks and became the head coach of the Miami Heat, advancing the team to the finals for the first time in francise history. He stepped down as head coach in 2008, but still serves as President of the team.



2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Tim Blakeslee
    Jan 09, 2014 @ 15:12:59

    This a great picture! Would you mind if we featured this painting on our facebook page (for the City of Parkville)? We will link to your blog!


    • Beth Parker
      Jan 13, 2014 @ 11:01:52

      Absolutely!!! I’d be thrilled if you did that. I lived in Parkville back in the 70s. It’s a wonderful place.
      Sorry it took so long for me to get back to you. I’ve been out of town.


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