New Paintings in the Yampa Valley Medical Center

I had to see it to believe it. When I did, I learned a big lesson in scale. My biggest piece yet, Embrace, just an inch shorter then myself at 60″x36″, looked small over the mantel.  I think I’m going to start painting larger!


A lesson in scale

Since November, I have been working with Nancy Noyse to install four of my paintings in the Yampa Valley Medical Center. The centerpiece is this big one, now on permanent display in the central waiting area. The other three are clustered together in the new Women’s Health Pavilion.



Thank you to Nancy Noyse, with Noyse Art Consultant, for being such a tireless advocate for my work. We are here in the new Women’s Health Pavilion, where three more of my pieces are on permanent display.

As with any artistic endeavor, it truly takes a village. My work would not be in the hospital if it weren’t for the unbelievable generosity of my collectors. Thank you so much to Shine and Russ Atha, Janet and Tim Borden, Karen and Joel Piassick, Terry Huffington, Carl Stiedtmann and Kathy Cline, and Bob Daniels and Carolann Alexander. It means so much to me that you have sponsored this art installation.

"Embrace" 60"x36" is now installed over the central mantel in the Yampa Valley Medical Center

“Embrace” 60″x36″ is now installed over the central mantel in the Yampa Valley Medical Center


“End of the Day” 20″x16″


“Fish Creek Falls” 12″x9″


“Magic Carpet” 16″x12″

About Chula Beauregard

Chula Beauregard is an award-winning artist, born and raised in the mountains of Colorado. After graduating cum laude as a Studio Art major from Whitman College, she served for two years in Gabon, Central Africa as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Later, she earned her Master’s in Education to teach Fine Art. In 2008, she began her painting career in her hometown of Steamboat Springs, CO. She often wanders the West with her family of two boys and adventure-loving husband. She is represented by the Wild Horse Gallery (Steamboat Springs, CO), the Cogswell Gallery (Vail, CO), and the Squash Blossom Gallery (Colorado Springs, CO). Learn more at

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