Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Double Duty Blue Hydrangeas by Texas Flower Artist Nancy Medina


Double Duty Blue Hydrangeas
by Nancy Medina
11X14
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!



4 comments:

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!
love
tweedles

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!

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