La Vie En Rose is one of my favorite movies and Marion Cotillard protrail of Edith Piaf was amazing. There are two versions of this movie, my favorite is the 2007 version shown below. The movie is in French but the movie does have English subtitles, I don’t know if there is an English version but i’m sure if you look around you can find one!
Summary: This film/biography is about the amazing life of Edith Piaf from the age of 19 until her death at 47. The film is a portrait of a remarkable artist born into poverty who survived using the only gift she had, her voice. Piaf’s tragic life was a constant battle to sing and survive, to live and love with no regrets.
Hope that you enjoy this film as much as I do!!!
Here is a new sketch of the day for all of you! It’s a different Ganesh!! I hope that you all like it! This sketch is now up on my Etsy shop and Facebook!!
Thank you for visiting!
Throwback Thursday Sketch of the day!!!
Hey guys so here is my sketch of the day! It is my very first portrait. I drew this my senior year of high school in my art class. It is of the Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. I am trying to get back to my roots of sketching by trying to do more portraits. So a sneak peek of things to come, I will be sharing a lot more portraits with you guys, I have learned a lot when it comes to detail in my sketches, and I hope that it show in my upcoming sketches!
I hope you all had an amazing thursday!! And thank you for visiting!!
Curly Hair: used a 1″ barrel curling iron from conair
Makeup: Lips: Sephora (in photo posted below) Eyes: nude and gold shadow smokey eye, with a Kajal eyeliner pencil on the upper and lower lash and waterlines.
Sweater: brown sweater from the GAP
Pants: grey pants with velvet printed flowers from Lauren Conrad at Kohl’s
Top: black camisole from Sanoma at Kohl’s
Wear this outfit with boots or wedges and pair with a cute coat and your ready for an evening out.
Sweater: mint sweater from forever 21
Leggings: Black from American Apparel
Boots: OTBT black boots
Scarf: from Chico’s
Necklace: crystal wire wrapped pendant
Leggings: American Apparel black
Top: Black tee from old navy
Sketch of The day!
Hummingbird watercolor art painting!
This hummingbird art is a beautiful little painting that would make a beautiful and affordalbe gift or painting for a bird lover, or for your own personal connection.
I am starting to get more comfortable with watercolor, so I hope that you guys like this painting and check it out on Etsy!!
I find this salad to be so delicious and very satisfying. The garbanzo beans make the salad very filling, and the feta cheese coats everything to make a delicious dressing that combines everything together to make this Greek salad a perfect healthy treat!
Chickpea, Feta and Parsley Salad
Serves about 4-5 as a side dish
- 1 medium onion, diced
- 3 cloves garlic
- 1 1/2 tbs olive oil
- a spoonful of red chili flakes
- 1 (14oz) of garbanzo beans
- 2 scallions, chopped
- 1/2 cup chopped parsley
- Juice of one lemon
- 2oz (about a handful) of feta cheese
- Salt and pepper
Heat 1 tablespoon of olive oil and cook the red onion till lightly golden. Add garlic and chili and cook till the garlic is fragrant, I like my food a little spicier so I added a little more. Set aside to cool so it doesn’t melt the feta when you mix it in.
Drain the chickpeas, rinse and place in the salad bowl. Add crumbled feta, spring onion, parsley and lemon juice, season with salt and pepper. Add the cooled onion and garlic mixture and remaining oil and mix well.
Store in the fridge for a few hours before serving to let the salad marinate.
I hope that you find this version of a Greek salad as delicous as I do!!!