Tuesday, December 15, 2009

New England Christmas


New England Christmas
21X12
Oil on Linen Board
nancy@nancymedina.com

I'm dreaming of a white Christmas in Dallas, Texas. Last year we had 14 inches of snow in Flower Mound, a record for the area. I would be happy with just 6 inches if it sticks long enough to give us that beautiful blanket of white that makes the holiday magic. Wherever you are this winter, may your hot chocolate stay warm and your toes stay snuggley.


Howard eating snowflakes.
Christmas 2008

7 comments:

Joan Sicignano Artist said...

Oh Nancy, I love your New England Christmas. I feel the same way about snow. Here on Long Island we are lucky if we get an inch before Christmas. Your painting is beautiful.

Marie Theron said...

A very beautiful Christmas painting, Nancy. I am glad the puggie community had a "taste" of snowflakes, it doesn't happen often. Temperatures are rising here making Christmas Day in South Africa traditionally one of the hottest days of the year!

AutumnLeaves said...

Oh so beautiful, Nancy! I love this piece so very much. Such a magical and homey feel to it. I really just want Howard right now. Yep...I love him!

Nancy Medina said...

Joan I always thought you guys would have snow for months! Someday I hope to come out to the Island and see you lady. : )

Thank you Marie. Happy holidays to warm, balmy South Africa! If you are ever visiting your family in Katy you must let me know...

Autumn Howard LOVES the ladies. I'm sure he would be most eager to add you to his list of admirers and fans. xxoxoxo

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi nancy!
oh your new paintings are amazing!
howie is just too cute for words!
i just touched his nose on my screen. what a cutie patootie!
xoxoxo
m & e

Edward Burton said...

Beautiful painting, Nancy - it would make a wonderful Christmas card. Sweet photo of the puggie.

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Nancy
We love your painting so much,
It makes the heart feel so good to look at it.
And we love little Howies sweet kissable face.
I like to catch snowflakes too and count reindeer
love
tweedles

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