Sunday, November 3, 2013

Fall Ladies White Pumpkin and Hydrangeas by Floral Artist Nancy Medina

Fall Ladies White Pumpkin and Hydrangeas
by Nancy Medina
Oil on Archival Panel

Fall Ladies White Pumpkin and Hydrangeas was my class demonstration this morning in North Texas, as we wrapped up three days of painting flowers in North Texas. I completed demos of stargazer lilies, sunflowers, white roses, red poppies, and white hydrangeas. In the afternoons, we worked together step by step to create original paintings, including a study of a large clear vase fondly referred to as "Big Blue". It seemed only fitting on the last day to paint a pumpkin, since the holiday is right around the corner! Here's to a beautiful week to come, cooler weather, and lots of sunshine as we gear up for pumpkin pie and turkey and all the trimmings!

The studio model pumpkin on break, with
her supporting cast of roses...

Bett and Suzanne, silliness guaranteed!

Susan's lovely golden highlights!

Some very talented gals making flowers bloom in North Texas!

1 comment:

Autumn Leaves said...

Another beautiful piece, Nancy. I love the colors in this one and of all the roses, white has always been my favorites. Couple that with hydrangeas and I am over the moon. Love the warmth in the vase itself and that little pumpkin is just exquisite!