Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Breath of Summer White Hydrangeas and a Rockwall, Texas Workshop by Floral Artist Nancy Medina

 Breath of Summer White Hydrangeas
by Nancy Medina
Oil on Archival Panel

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I went a little larger than usual with my class demonstration this morning, Breath of Summer Hydrangeas was begun at 9:30 am and finished at 11:45 am, and measures 18X24 inches. With a room filled with enthusiastic students and gorgeous flowers, the energy and happiness was contagious! I am so happy to be teaching in Rockwall, Texas, just north of Kaufman County where I grew up. The weather was sunny and fall crisp, just beautiful today, so we propped all the classroom doors open and listened to kids and pups playing in the park, and saw a very nosy squirrel who kept peering in the door at all those strange humans with paintbrushes in their paws.... Tomorrow we have LOTS of flower choices, pink, white or yellow roses, red poppies, red carnations, what shall we paint? Stay tuned right here on the bloggy to find out!


Sunflowers and smiles in Rockwall, Texas!


martinealison said...

Bonjour ma chère Nancy,,

Elles peuvent être fières toutes ces dames-là ! Fières de leur travail et du professeur qui les a dirigées à bien.
Un cour où certainement l'ambiance était agréable... jusqu'à ce charmant écureuil curieux de venir vous faire un clin d'oeil... Un artiste peut-être en quête de professeur et de cours de qualité ! Il a toqué à la bonne porte.

Gros bisous à toi et à toutes, sans oublier les caresses à tes amis à 4 pattes.

Ton bouquet est phénomémal !

Autumn Leaves said...

Love the pop that the orange brings into this palette, Nancy. Looks like you have all ladies in this class? I bet you all are having a blast!!

Unknown said...

Merci beaucoup Martine! c'était vraiment un bon endroit pour apprendre, je suis un grand croyant dans la bonne énergie, et tous les animaux heureux étaient un témoignage de ça! Vous envoyer des chauds rayons du soleil à travers le monde mon ami! d'étreintes!

Unknown said...

Sherry we had all ladies this time, but surprisingly I usually do have at least one gentleman in every class lately! Hooray for the guys out there willing to embrace their colorful floral side! :)