Thursday, May 5, 2011

Pink Daisy Delight and an Artistic Honor

Daisy Delight by Nancy Medina
10X10
Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas

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Pink Daisy Delight is the newest work in Flower Mound Studio, drying on the easel while the assistants and I have a celebration. I learned today that three of my paintings have been juried into the national show of the Trinity Arts Guild, one of the oldest art clubs in the Dallas area. Silent Serendipity White Poppies, Wish Carnations, and Citrus Tableau were selected by a juror for inclusion in the show which is open to artists across the US.

Silent Serendipity is pictured below, and was featured in the March 2011 issue of American Art Collector magazine. I was delighted and honored to be listed as one of the country's top floral artists in that issue, along with some extremely talented friends and fellow painters from across the US. I'll be framing and tagging these works soon, and delivering them to the show site. I've already instructed the assistants to cross their puggy toes for me! Watch the bloggy for the show reception, date and time, I would absolutely love to see you there.


Silent Serendipity White Poppies
by Nancy Medina
16X20
Oil on Linen

4 comments:

AutumnLeaves said...

Woohoo! I know a nation's top artist!! Congratulations on your paintings being juried into the show, Nancy! I love the touches of yellow in these gorgeous daisy petals!

Becky Brocato said...

Congratulations to you, Nancy! So deserved, of course!

Nancy Medina said...

Oh yes, and I am handing out autographs, the pugs are very impressed Sherry! ; ) Thank you!

Thanks Becky! I used thistle colors on this one....hugs...

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Congratulations Auntie Nancy
When I look at your paintings..
I look at each petal as it unfolds
i stop... and ponder...
how can you create such a master piece that reaches out and pulls at our heart strings.
You are more than an artist. I am not sure what the word is... but your paintings have feelings,, and we feel what see, when you paint.
We feel emotion...that floods us.
love
tweedles

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