Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Blues and Lemons Hydrangeas by Texas Flower Artist Nancy Medina

Blues and Lemons Hydrangeas
by Nancy Medina
11X14
Oil on Linen Board
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Nancy Medina Web Site

Blues and Lemons is a new small work in the studio. It was a short day today at the easel, I had to spend most of the day at the dermatologist's office for surgery to remove a skin cancer from my left temple. The doctor said I had clean margins and sent me home with a big bandage, and a warning that I may have a black eye tomorrow. He said it would be perfectly acceptable to wear an eye patch and speak like a pirate, under the circumstances. Thank you to the friends who sent prayers and good wishes for me. Instead of taking it easy, keeping a cold compress to reduce swelling, and not doing anything strenuous as I was instructed, here I am in the studio. There has got to be a medication for this obsessive compulsive painting condition...

5 comments:

Shane Kent Louis said...

Wow, Your works looks great! your very artistic and such blessed a great talent in painting. :)


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Tweedles -- that's me said...

Hi Aunty Nancy
We love the Hydranges, and we love hearing you are doing fine!
We love you
xoxoxo
tweedles

Anonymous said...

You do glass so beautifully, Nancy. Of course, the hydrangeas are a given that they are stunning. They always are when painted by you. Hope today finds you feeling well and not dealing with too much fallout from the surgery.

Wendy Mould said...

Glad to hear that things went well. Relax a bit and enjoy the season. Yes, I am keeping warm here, I live on the west coast of Canada and we do not get very cold weather. We benefit from the warm water currents going by our coast.

Kathy said...

Arrrrrrr! I hope that you a sporting a jaunty patch and that you are recovering from your surgery nicely. Let me take this opportunity to tell you how much I love your work and enjoy my visits to your beautiful blog.Your florals are truly an inspiration to this self-taught painter!

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