Thursday, July 22, 2010

Poppy Path Flower Painting

Poppy Path by Nancy Medina
Oil on Museum Quality Linen Board
Available in My Daily Painters Gallery

Nancy Medina Web Site

Poppy Path is a painting in palette knife and oil drying in Flower Mound Studio this evening. It's been a very busy week, with a new foster pug coming to stay for a while, unpacking from a recent trip, and getting caught up on tossing the ball for Studio Director AnnieBelly. Today a friend recommended the "sock monkey beds" in Walgreens. I raced to the nearest Walgreens to procure one for my first in command, and they were out. All was not lost, however, since the puppy dog beds were nice, fluffy, and also on sale. The picture below sums up Annie's reaction to her latest acquisition.


Ralph said...

Once again a beautiful painting and again my favourite flowers. You have made my start with a bang. Thanks

Autumn Leaves said...

Oh AnnieBananie, you are just such a cute little diva!

This is a beautiful landscape, Nancy. Are those irises taking up residence across from the poppies? Just beautiful and it looks like walking this path and field would be a true dream!

Susan Roux said...

Love the way your field hazes...

And of course the puppy sleeping on an orange dog... Who couldn't love that photo?

Unknown said...

Thank you Ralph, my philosopher friend! I wish I had your discipline to run...have a great week...

Sherry thank you, the purple flowers were my first attempt at what I think they called Mountain Laurel, lovely delicate little purple flowers. I hope you are having a great week, Howie misses you!

Susan I really enjoyed reading your blog today - the link to Don Hatfield's work is awesome. He seems like such a character, not to mention a talented artist! happy painting!!

Paintings by Irit Bourla said...

I would love to walk here.
Just another beautiful painting.

Ruth Welter said...

Hi Nancy, Annie looks adorable in her new cute!! Your new painting is so lovely. I feel the same way, we just got back from a cruise on Sunday and it is hard getting back into the swing of things. So much to do when you first get home from a trip. I've got a doggie with the flu this week so little Willow has to go to the vets today. Good luck with your little foster pug, I hope you'll post many pictures of him/her. Hugs.


Becky said...

Should we go skiping down that path too! Where will it lead us ? To a filed full of puggies perhaps??? Love the little bed, she won't know the differenc I'm sure and it looks pretty comfy!

Those Elgin Pugs said...

Wow Anniebelly!!
Your secretary (hee hees) is a Beautiful artist!!
Love this Bloggy!!

Auntie Josie