Sunday, August 29, 2010

Blossom Lane - Roses

Blossom Lane by Nancy Medina
14X11
Oil on Linen Board
Daily Painters Gallery

Nancy Medina Web Site

Blossom Lane is drying on the easel and it's been a busy weekend in the studio. I've almost finished a large commission for a client in Montreal, and we just finished up a successful garage sale to benefit Dallas Fort Worth Pug Rescue. I thought you might enjoy seeing a picture of the guest of honor, who had a nap after a day full of adoration and petting. Peanut is a 10 week old puppy who was abandoned with his sister in a milk crate in a Dallas Park 2 weeks ago. Peanut is blind, but he hasn't a clue that he is handicapped. This playful, healthy little guy had a line of admirers all day long!

Peanut Napping

6 comments:

Terra said...

Peanut is so pretty; did someone adopt him? I hope so.

Marie Theron said...

The painting has such a nostalgic feel about it! I love the distant leaves just whispering against the sky, Nancy!

AutumnLeaves said...

This piece could be the setting of the Garden of Eden. Just so lush and ripe and beautiful, Nancy!

Peanut breaks my heart. Really. What the heck is wrong with people???

Nancy, could you send me the name of the painting that you sent me? I am working on an art inventory and want to be as accurate as possible. (You can check my blog to see what I'm talking about.)

Manon Doyle said...

Love your painting, Nancy!!

Omg.... Peanut is a little doll! I'm sure he'll find a good home.

Judy Mackey said...

Beautiful painting!

I hope Peanut will find a wonderful home! Was his sister OK? Has she been adopted?

You and all of the Pug Rescues - all rescues are to be commended!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Grrr..... I'd like to leave those people in a milk crate in say....well never mind, this is the internet and I don't want to say where I'd leave them but it kills me that anyone would/could do such a thing to living creatures. You are so wonderful to help.
Back to the paintings which are fabulous and the sunflowers that grow so high you need a ladder to cut them are WOW.
They say everything's bigger and better in Texas ;)

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