“Could we change our attitude, we should not only see life differently, but life itself would come to be different.”
– Katherine Mansfield
I LOVE that quote and really believe it to be true!
This is a crop from a larger painting. I think these flamingo shoes
are adorable! Did I miss my calling? Maybe I should have been a
About Katherine Mansfield
Katherine Mansfield was the pen name of short story writer Katherine
Beauchamp, who is best known for her collection The Garden Party. Born
in New Zealand in 1888, she moved to England as a young woman and became
friends with writers such as Virginia Woolf and D.H. Lawrence. Her
writing style was influenced by Anton Chekhov; like him, she focused on
intimate moments that revealed character. She in turn influenced a
generation of short story writers. She died in 1923 of tuberculosis.