Monday, September 7, 2009

A Painting Puzzler

What's better than one
puggy and a painting?





Two puggies and a painting!
What's better than two
puggies and a painting?




Three puggies and a painting!
What's better than three
puggies and a painting?


An art party! This 24X24 original painting is my donation to the Shining Stars Arts League for their 13th annual reception and gala event on September 24. The party is hosted each year by the Arts League of Bedford, Texas. Under the direction of ARTSNET, the official arts council of North Texas, the sale of all of the works at the show will help Summer Arts College scholarships for youngsters. What a great reason to get together with friends and clink a few glasses of bubbley! I sure hope to see you there...

20 comments:

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Nancy, just one more thing that makes me want to move to Texas (sometimes TN is so boring)...the puggies are precious and I love that new painting...what a wonderful thing to do...Applause my lady...

Benson and Lily said...

You guys sure are talented painting that pretty picture
Benny & Lily

Manon Doyle said...

Nothing better than three cute puggies and one of your beautiful paintings!

Marie Theron said...

A beautiful flower painting, and all those pugs trying to compete! Nancy, your work can be so realistic sometimes that I thought at first that the pugs were painted. So by now you really know how to 'fool the eye'!!!!

AutumnLeaves said...

While the painting is lovely, I'm just drawn to the Pugs! Especially in the last photo, the puppy on the right! Gorgeous coloring! They are just all so cute!!

Art with Liz said...

What a wonderful gift Nancy. And the pugs are ... adorable!!

Nancy Medina said...

Becky, the puggies and I love visitors so come on down!!! xxoo

Benson and Lily, you are so cute, you would fit right in with my fatties in the studio, like peas and carrots. : )

Manon, can you imagine what it would be like to have three little OtisMans???

Marie, you are so kind. The puggies will definitely compete over food, or the best pillow. ; )

AutumnLeaves, thank you for noticing my little old cheesy man, Java. He is the first puggy, with the most seniority, in the house of fatties.

Hi Liz! *waving paws* I see you there on twitter now, can't wait to see what you're up to lady. xxooo

Fifi Flowers said...

How CUTE are they!!!

Edward Burton said...

Very cute photos, Nancy, and what a beautiful painting to donate to the Arts League.

Donna at Mourning Dove Cottage said...

I love those three little puggies! So cute. The painting is beautiful and such a nice thing to do!

Hugs,
Donna

bindu said...

My goodness! That's one of the cutest photos ever. :)

Kathleen Krucoff said...

Just delightful! I love this.

Karine said...

What a fun post, and I love that painting! (and the puggies, too of course)

Wish I could come to the party...

Tweedles -- that's me... said...

Woweeee!
Oh how gorgeous and how generous of you!
Everyone in the whole wide world would love one of your paintings!
Nothing cuter than the puggies.
Nothing at all!
love
tweedles

Ruth Welter said...

Nancy, a beautiful painting and 3 beautiful little Puggies. You little ones are so sweet. Enjoy your day...

Ruth

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Nancy,
I found your site through my friend Ruth Welter. I also live here in Flower Mound and am a Decorative Artist with a home studio. I love your blog and your art work is gorgeous. What a talent you are.
So nice to meet you.
Have a wonderful day.
Celestina Marie

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi nancy!
oh my goodness! your donation is AMAZING!

how fun to see all of the assistants surrounding your beautiful painting!

xoxoxox
m & ep

Margie Whittington said...

A fun blog, Nancy. I love your painting and the three puggies!!!!

A New England Life said...

And I'll bet this post didn't even have any treats involved, right? Right!

What a fantastic way to raise money for a great cause! I'm sure all those struggling artist out there (and their parents) appreciate every dollar.

Sharon

jeannette stgermain said...

What a cute pic! Came over from another blog. Once I (and hubby) lived in Waxahachie, 20 miles from Dallas, when we were students (long time ago, but wonderful memories).

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