Saturday, February 16, 2013

Heartfelt Glads and White Hydrangeas by Texas Flower Artist Nancy Medina


Heartfelt Glads and White Hydrangeas
by Nancy Medina

Class Demonstration

Oil on Archival Panel



Heartfelt Glads and White Hydrangeas was my class demonstration this morning for my 2-day Valentine's weekend workshop in Irving, Texas. When I woke up this morning, I thought to myself: 

I Love My Job


Painting bright colors with a class full of happy students, choosing from dozens of fresh flowers in all my favorite shapes and sizes, and dipping into a box of double glazed fresh donuts each day. What's not to like about teaching flower painting?

My 2-day workshops are smaller, and more focused on the individual student, ideal for the beginner or for those getting back into painting after time away or crossing over from a different medium. I've opened a new 2-day workshop at the Jaycee Parks Center for the Arts May 17-18. Take a peek at some new photos of my uber talented students from my workshop today, and let me know what you've been wishing you could paint - I'm opening workshops in venues across the US - contact me if you have a location and let's get together and make flowers bloom soon!

Read more about my workshops here




 Heartfelt Glads on display with the models!





Betty is one of the famous 
Canvas by Canvas Ladies!






 Lou's paintings were
as beautiful as her smiles!






Hard to believe Mitzi is
not a master painter, 
LOOK at that rose!!!





Patty has a unique, fun
painting style, just like her
personality! Don't ever change
Patty!

6 comments:

Tweedles -- that's me said...

I love your painting Nancy and
I love all the truly happy faces of all the ladys who are painting such beautiful happy flowers!
love
tweedles

Two French Bulldogs said...

Beautiful and talented ladies!
Benny & Lily

Nancy Medina said...

Thank you TweedleyPug! Stay warm! xo

Nancy Medina said...

Thank you Benny and Lily, I have been enjoying following you on Facebook!

CrimsonLeaves said...

Wonderful class photos and the red theme in this piece seems exuberant and full of joy!

Nancy Medina said...

Thanks so much Sherry! Howie sends love!

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