Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Double Duty Blue Hydrangeas by Texas Flower Artist Nancy Medina

Double Duty Blue Hydrangeas
by Nancy Medina
Oil on Linen Board

Double Duty Blue Hydrangeas is a new small work in the studio, as I pack up paintings to ship to collectors in South Texas and to Australia this week! Tonight I discovered a new wonderful feature of my rolly thingy ma bob, my new rubbermaid art cart - it can also serve as a *wait for it* drying rack for wet paintings! To prove this amazing fact, I've shared a picture below. Reminds me of those old Saturday Night Live skits : It's a furniture polish AND a dessert topping! AnnieBee Belly decided to lend her beauty to the image, although after about the fourth shot I could see from her expression she was thinking about how many ways I use her gratuitously to peddle my wares, and how many sweet potato chew sticks she should be paid for each of these shameful occurrences...

The studio models take a bow!

AnnieBee demonstrates the many uses of the art cart!


martinealison said...

Comment ne pas craquer après avoir cette dernière photo... je voudrais bien prendre cette charmante Annie dans mes bras.
gros bisous

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Annie Bee is sooooo smart!

CrimsonLeaves said...

That Annie Bee is even better than Vanna White! The painting is beautiful; love that orangey gold background that just makes those gorgeous flowers pop!

Archie and Melissa said...

so beautiful nancy!

i think rubber maid should name the art cart after you!

annie bee could be their spokes person!