Let us go to Dallas.
More to the point, to the Bishop Arts District across the Trinity River from Downtown to the intersection of Bishop and Davis Streets, a small entertainment district in Oak Cliff. Leave the world of tall buildings. Discover funky restaurants, chic boutiques, yummy pie shops, massage, it is all here. Small entrepreneurs all, none of the mass retailers and chains who have sold their souls to the almighty dollar. This is the real deal, the cauldron of entrepreneurship. Hands on ownership is what it is about.
At least for now. The day is coming and not too far off when development will take over and change the face of the Bishop Arts District.
For now at the corner of Melba and Bishop stands an old house, destined for demolition and redevelopment. It has been turned into a work of art, a combination of Matisse and Pissarro, an impression of beauty inserted into a world of restaurants and retail.
Blessed are they who find beauty in small things in humble places where others see nothing. Camille Pissarro
Why, they even thought to add some tables and a tire swing to the back yard.
Enjoy Bishop Arts and the Stressless E600 sofa, a sleek, modern design with elegant lines and tall, slim armrests.Hidden underneath the chic cushions lies the Stressless ErgoAdapt™-system, which automatically adjusts itself to support you in all angles and positions, whether lying down or sitting up and watching the passersby.