Friday, February 1, 2013

White Roses and a New Workshop by Texas Flower Artist Nancy Medina

Wayfarer White Roses
by Nancy Medina
Oil on Linen Panel

Because my spring workshops are full, I have opened a new 2-day workshop February 15-16. Put a little joy in your brush and let's make flowers bloom in brilliant colors, even though it's a bit early for spring blossoms to appear!

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Wayfarer White Roses was based on the flowers of Coronado, California, and has graced the cover of the Dallas Arboretum Adult Education Catalog and Web site. I've revived these blossoms to celebrate the announcement today of the Dallas Arboretum Blooms Festival coming up this spring. It's the best time to visit the gardens and get a few hundred photos of tulips, azaleas, pansies, daffodils, cherry blossoms, and dozens of other flowers all blooming simultaneously! It's been a great week for my little home grown art studio, and I learned today that my painting Cuties and Hydrangeas received first place for the national Bold Brush People's Choice Award contest. Thank you to everyone who voted!

Painting tulips at the Dallas Arboretum

A gratuitous AnnieBee picture for you!


CrimsonLeaves said...

I love these white roses, Nancy. I think white roses are my third in line favorite flower.

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Beautiful painting and beautiful Annie Bee