Thursday, May 20, 2010

Warm Breeze Poppy Field

Warm Breeze Poppy Field by Nancy Medina
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The poppies are still running the show at Flower Mound Studio this week, and Warm Breeze Poppy Field is drying on the easel tonight. Since I inadvertently started a poppy/tulip identity crisis in my last post, I thought I'd continue that theme by sharing a tulip picture from the Dallas Arboretum. I can't take credit for this photo, it was taken by my husband who says he is not an artist, but always manages to get the most dramatic photos everywhere we go.

AnnieBee is curled up in my lap, so typing is a tilted affair, but it's worth hearing her contented snores as she begins to settle down for the evening. We tossed the loofa toy a few dozen times in the yard, so she is satisfied mama did her job today. I wonder if she spends the whole day when I am at work, thinking about how she will chase her toy when I get home in the afternoon.

Fog on the tulips at the Dallas Arboretum


Two French Bulldogs said...

We sure like those poppies lady
Benny & Lily

Unknown said...

What an gorgeous eye popping, smile making painting! Wonderful!

Ralph said...

Your poppies drive me wild with emotion I so love them on so many levels.

Victor Errington said...

Hi Nancy.
I think your Landscape flower paintings are brilliant and beautiful. But I have got to mention Warm Breeze and Bluebonet Patchwork, they are fantastic. All the best Nancy.

Autumn Leaves said...

Oh my gosh! What a fabulous photo your husband took! I love the morning mists rising from the ground. Your poppy field is phenomenal, Nancy. But every flower you paint is exquisite and your landscape pieces are simply to die for!

Unknown said...

Benny and Lily, you are my best four footed critics!

Sheila we need to connect on Facebook lady!

Thank you Ralph, your message this morning really made my day. : )

Thanks Victor, I appreciate that. I have been leaning toward landscapes lately, maybe I will do some more!

Sherry, isn't that a great photo? Carlos is multi-talented. He cooked me dinner tonight, too. : )