Thursday, July 1, 2010

Violet Winds - Iris Garden Landscape

Violet Winds, Iris Garden by Nancy Medina
24X24
Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas
Available in My Daily Painters Gallery

Nancy Medina Web Site

Sometimes it is the unexpected color that makes the painting move from the moment it is under construction to the last few moments when it is finished. The beauty of irises is in the bits and pieces that have browned or the little tan wrappers that hold up the glorious bundles of color. One of the first art classes I had was with a master watercolorist whose specialty was flowers and fruit. I was always impressed with her precision, her color, and how she preserved even the flaws in her subjects. I liked that. Maybe because I have a few of my own. Just a few, though.

4 comments:

Ruth Welter said...

This is a beautiful painting Nancy and one of my favorite flowers as well.

Ruth

Princesa Nadie said...

Your pictures are always beautiful.I love them.

AutumnLeaves said...

Such a richly exquisite painting, Nancy! I think one reason why I do enjoy flowers so much is that they are each different and my painting flaws don't much affect them; they look natural! LOL Your's, however, are always flawless!!!

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi nancy!
*waving hands and pug paws*
we LOVE your new painting!

emmy and i do not now what you are talking about. you do not have any flaws!

Happy 4th to you and your whole family!

we love you!
m & e

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