Saturday, June 16, 2012

Blue Element Hydrangeas by Texas Flower Artist Nancy Medina

Blue Element Hydrangeas by Nancy Medina
Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas

Blue Element Hydrangeas is the newest painting in Flower Mound Studio this week as these fresh flowers are fading fast! Today I planted two of their modeling brethren in pots on the deck, with plenty of Miracle Grow soil and a big cold drink of water to get them started. 

I'm going to wash up the brushes early today because Java Cheesy, the studio helper with most seniority in the Medina Foster Home for Wayward Pugs, needs a wash and style. He also ordered a massage and a sauna, followed by a snack and a nap. He's sitting on his tempurpedic pillow right now in his robe and slippers, sipping cucumber water and waiting for the attendant to bring him to the treatment room so his spaw afternoon will begin. 

So you see, besides smooshing paint around on stretched cloth, I do have other important tasks to do! Have a wonderful weekend, and for heaven's sake, please don't forget to tip the masseuse!

The studio models trying to stay perky!

Java Cheesy!


Tweedles -- that's me said...

Hi Java Cheesy!
I hope that by now you are all sparkling clean, smelling good, and having a nice massage!

CrimsonLeaves said...

How well the blue compliments Java's coloring! He's a handsome gent, for sure.

The hydrangeas are just gorgeous, Nancy. Make sure they stay mostly in the shade too! They are not fond of direct sunlight.