Monday, July 2, 2012

Heaven Scent Red Poppies by Texas Flower Artist Nancy Medina


Heaven Scent Red Poppies
by Nancy Medina

SOLD
12X12
Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas



Heaven Scent is a new little red poppy in the studio, a diversionary tactic to help me avoid packing the suitcase and the EasyL Easel and paint tubes for my solo art show and class in Fredericksburg, Texas, this week. It's amazing what I can get done when I'm supposed to be doing something else. I can get the whole house cleaned in an hour if I'm really supposed to be working on tags for paintings. I can get two pugs bathed in half an hour flat if I'm supposed to be packing paintings to ship. And I can make the coolest art workshop banners with pretty text fonts I absolutely did not need but purchased anyway when I'm supposed to be writing my newsletter. I am the most productive procrastinator on the planet. Is that true for all artists, I wonder?

2 comments:

martinealison said...

Un merveilleux bouquet de coquelicots...
Il illustrerait parfaitement une ancienne chansonnette fran├žaise : Je suis descendue dans mon jardin.

J'ai descendu dans mon jardin
J'ai descendu dans mon jardin (bis)
Pour y cueillir du romarin
Gentil coquelicot, Mesdames
Gentil coquelicot nouveau
J'n'en avais pas cueilli trois brins (bis)
Qu'un rossignol vint sur ma main
Gentil coquelicot, Mesdames
Gentil coquelicot
Il me dit trois mots en latin (bis)
Que les hommes ne valent rien
Gentil coquelicot Mesdames
Gentil coquelicot
Que les hommes ne valent rien (bis)
Et les gar├žons encore moins bien
Gentil coquelicot Mesdames
Gentil coquelicot
Des dames, il ne me dit rien (bis)
Mais des d'moiselles beaucoup de bien
Gentil coquelicot Mesdames
Gentil coquelicot

Gros bisous.

CrimsonLeaves said...

Glorious poppies, Nancy! Procrastinate all you want to if it means getting all those things done! I promise; you'll get it all done, no matter which order you do it in.

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