Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Southern Kitchen Sunflower and a Louisiana Workshop and What Happens in the Cloud Stays in the Cloud by Floral Artist Nancy Medina


Southern Kitchen Sunflower
by Nancy Medina
8X10
Oil on Archival Panel



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Southern Kitchen Sunflower is the daily newbie in Flower Mound Studio, as I work on a four foot  Dallas Arboretum cherry blossom tree commission.  A visit to the arboretum means returning home with 600 new photos to add to the Cloud from my IPad. I'm not sure what happens up there in the Cloud, exactly, and occasionally I like to take a peek just to make sure the Cloud has not dissipated. I've heard ugly rumors that if you fill up the Cloud, you get a bill, or a request for money, lest the Cloud take your treasured photos and disappear. I'm not quite sure how one puts borders and limits on a cloud, since it is a nebulous substance mother nature contracts and expands at will to accommodate moisture content in the atmosphere. But I digress!

I'm excited to announce my first ever workshop in Louisiana! You are invited to join me in Lafayette March 21-23, 2014, to make brilliant flowers bloom in oils. I'll teach a loose, bright technique in this fun, 3 day workshop and share all my favorite tips and techniques to make your paintings sing with color. I hope to see you there! Read more about my Louisiana workshop here...

4 comments:

martinealison said...

Bonjour ma chère Nancy,

Ton histoire de "cloud" me fait sourire et je comprends toutefois tes inquiétudes...

Je te souhaite un cours merveilleux.
Gros bisous et merci de partager avec nous celle très jolie peinture.

Gros bisous

Nancy Medina said...

Merci beaucoup Martine, je n'ai vraiment m'inquiète pas trop sur les nuages​​. Ils sont beauitful, créatures éphémères qui nous donnent de la joie lorsque nous trouvons le temps de les admirer. Merci beaucoup d'être mon ami. Un jour, mon ami, nous allons rencontrer! de nombreux bisous à vous!

CrimsonLeaves said...

The sunflower is lovely and I do so look forward to seeing the cherry tree!

Nancy Medina said...

Thanks Sherry, the trees at the Dallas Arboretum are amazing when they're in full bloom, it's like snow everywhere from the white blossoms falling!

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