Monday, September 30, 2013

SOLD ~ Day 30 ~ Summer Sisters White Daisies by Floral Artist Nancy Medina

Summer Sisters White Daisies
by Nancy Medina

Oil on Archival Panel

Summer Sisters White Daisies is named for two sisters who attended my workshop in Collierville, Tennessee, last week, one from Pennsylvania and the other from New Jersey, who take trips together so they can have girl bonding time. Having grown up with three sisters, it is always a treat to hear siblings in the room teasing each other during class, and knowing they are sharing a bit of an adventure together. I also had a wonderful Mother-Daughter team with me this past weekend, and by the end of the workshop the entire group felt like one big, happy family. Here are photos of a few of my uber talented students and their floral masterworks.

When I arrived home to Flower Mound, Texas, today, (you know how you're starving after you get off a plane??) the house was filled with the smell of my hubby's homemade pizza, created from scratch with all fresh ingredients, mozzarella, garden tomatoes, basil, pepperoni, yum! I'm not sure if the pugs were happy to see me, or just delighted someone was finally going to give them some delicious pizza bones!

This painting is my 30th painting in 30 days, the final submission to the 30 Paintings in 30 Days Challenge by Leslie Saeta. I was able to get a new painting finished every day despite flying to teach out of state workshops, traveling to spend time with my sweet Mom in hospice care, and taking care of four very spoiled, bossy little pugs. I think this calls for a celebration, double portions of homemade pizza even! Come on over, I've saved you a piece....but you'd better hurry!

Dave making those blues sing!

Donna and her magic brush!

Patsy making gorgeous color!

The hubby made my fav dinner!


Autumn Leaves said...

Oh I do love pizza myself! Your painting is so beautiful and once again, I am loving those little pops of lilac color.

Unknown said...

Sherry I'm glad no one witnessed me eating that pizza, I was making very distinctive pug-like noises.... :)