Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Poppy Party in Reds - Floral Garden

Poppy Party in Reds
30X24
Oil on Canvas

Artist Contact: nancy@nancymedina.com

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The Pug and Her Assistant
on a Whirlwind Gallery Tour

I always take my public affairs director AnnieBee with me when I take art to the galleries in Dallas and Fredericksburg. Annie takes her job as studio assistant quite seriously, and has quite a few fans. If I ever stop into a gallery without her, am I asked what new art I have brought? No... I am asked "Where's Annie?" I can hardly blame them. She does have a certain style and jiggliness all her own.

11 comments:

Marie Theron said...

As usual, such a happy painting! Nancy, I will fly all the way there to watch you paint so lovely at such high speed! I must admit, to me a home is not a home unless there are touches of red in the furniture and paintings.

AutumnLeaves said...

Oh that Anniebelly and her lovely assistant. You two are quite the beautiful and photogenic ladies! I love this viewpoint of the poppies. I am kind of feeling like one of the kids in "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" movies and cannot think of a prettier view than this one!

Manon Doyle said...

Your director, Annie, is the cutest assistant!
Love the floral garden Nancy!!

Nancy Medina said...

Marie what an honor to have a master painter visit the studio someday - now that you mention it, I believe I have red all over my house!

Autumn, I have to agree - Annie is quite the looker, with rolls and rolls of jiggley loveliness. : )

Thank you Manon, I hope you and Otis-Pants are doing well! Gave you a little tweet this morning! : )

Roxanne Steed said...

beautiful, beautiful!!!!(and a good cure for winter!)

Paintings by Irit Bourla said...

Love the red party and your art director.Funny honey.

Karine said...

I can see how the Anniebelly might have a way of stealing the show! Pono used to be the center of attraction when I took him to my gallery in Colorado, too.

Mary said...

Thanks for the photo of yourself and your lovely assistant--fun to see. The poppy painting is vibrant and delightful; I like the composition a lot because it looks natural and unplanned (and I suspect involved careful planning and artistic judgement calls).

Art with Liz said...

Beautiful poppies Nancy and I too, would be most upset if Annie wasn't there to direct proceedings!

White Pigeon said...

Just found your blog. Love your paintings.

Edward Burton said...

A very lovely painting, Nancy.

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