Thursday, November 10, 2011

Sunchild Sunflowers by Texas Flower Artist Nancy Medina

Sunchild Sunflowers by Nancy Medina
11X14
Oil on Linen Board
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Nancy Medina Web Site

The studio is sparkling clean and all my little nicknacks have been dusted, pug hair removed from all surfaces, paints are set out, and we are ready to teach a class in Flower Mound Studio tomorrow. Fresh homemade quiche (made by the hubby) is cooling in the kitchen, and I've diced up fresh fruit for a salad for our lunch. Okay, I admit I bought the fruit already diced up, but I WILL have to pour it into a little bowl before it is eaten.

This lovely lady who is taking a lesson likes to have all of the studio helpers underfoot for her classes, so the pugs are going to be in for a treat, since they adore visitors almost as much as they love snacks. I picked out stargazer lilies, red roses, and sunflowers and hydrangeas, so we'll have lots of choices when the caffeine wakes up the muses tomorrow and we decide what we will spend our day painting. After he finished whipping up the quiche, Carlos played with is new IPhone, and made a photo of Studio Director AnnieBee for my screensaver. I've shared it with you below, my little snow queen. I should note this is not her happy face, since she is a bit of a tomboy and does not care for clothing at all.


AnnieBee - The Little Snow Queen

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

You've made me laugh talking about Annie B's non-happy face. Poor girl. It does take pains to be beautiful though, as my mom always said. Gorgeous flowers and oh to be there for that lesson!

martinealison said...

Beaucoup de sourire aujourd'hui en vous lisant...
Plein de choses à vous...
Gros bisous

Nancy Medina said...

Bohemian you are so right. It's hard work being a diva, according to AnnieBee. :)

Merci pour le sourire de nombreux miles loin Martine! Envoi d'art et de câlins à votre façon!

Sara Mathewson said...

i am LOL about Annie B's not happy face! She does not look happy at all! i'm still laughing! Your painting is beautiful as always. I think you are so lucky to have your hubby too:)

Take care!
Sara

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