Sunday, October 7, 2012

Sunday Sketches....Come with me.....to Paris......

Hi Everyone....I want you to meet Madeleine....she was one of the most popular ladies in Paris...the men would all watch her as she walked around heading to some of the most sought after events.....

Everyone knew she had something special .....but no one could put their finger on it.....some je ne sais quoi.....

She believed in herself and believed in dreams....the only difference between her and most of the girls in the city....was she believed dreams were for living and enjoying in an awakened state....she also lived her dreams out loud....something very few do.....

She knew that if she believed in something truly with all her heart....it would come to pass....and it always did....I think we all need to learn from her and start dreaming with our eyes open....you need to try it sometimes....it is so much fun.....

Wishing you all a super amazing day filled with Dreams that come true.....and beauty.....

A watercolour and ink painting in my Paris Collection......

Happy Sunday Everyone....and Happy Creating!!!




12 comments:

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Diana,

Your glamorous Lady in Paris is tres chic.
Hope you are enjoying the weekend

Hugs
Carolyn

Diana Evans said...

THank you Carolyn!!!!

Sue said...

Golly, did you draw that? It is lovely, so is Paris and I'll come any day:)
xx

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Wow! Diana ~ she so beautiful and represents so much ~ lovely post also ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

Molly said...

Gorgeous-- you've totally captured the evening sky in Paris! And your confident lady looks like Cinderella!

Tammie Lee said...

this is so lovely Diana. i also enjoyed this tale and your suggestion of dreaming. I agree with you, dreams sure can and do come true!

Tam Hess said...

OH my gosh I love this painting! Reminds me of the classic Cinderella movie...my favorite movie EVER! Beautiful xoxo

Sharon Evans said...

Wow this is wonderful, love the princess, and we do need to live our dreams!

Alicia C said...

what a fun trip - both the Paris and the positive feelings - expressed right now on this post. LOvely image, too

Missy said...

What a beautiful piece!

Lynn Cohen said...

Tres Awesome drawing of the Arch de Triumph! and tres jolie the madmoselle too. (pardon my French spelling, too tired to get the dictionary out and do it right).

Janine said...

This is so spectacular and elegant.
I love the 50th look of it.

 
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