Shipping Season

 It has arrived – Shipping Season! With three shows during the month of November, in Tucson and St. George and Tucson again, I find myself sending my babies off to the real world. I pack them up tight, sew their phone numbers on their metaphorical collars, and let them go.

In November, I will be wishing I could be in four places at once, being incredibly honored by the invitations, but raising two boys during Halloween, Parent-Teacher Conferences, and Thanksgiving. Nevertheless, let me introduce to you the pieces that were chosen:

First, from Oct 13-Dec 3, the American Women Artists “Under a Vast Sky” exhibit is featured at the Tucson Desert Art Museum. My piece “Spring Debut” was chosen to be hung among these incredibly talented women artists, and I am deeply honored. I wish I could meet everyone, but I will have to wait until their show at the Steamboat Art Museum next year.

“Spring Debut” 24×48″ $7400

If you are interested in purchasing this piece, please contact Robin Knowlton at rknowlton@americanwomenartists.org

The second show, which we hope to attend, is the Oil Painters of America Western Regional Exhibit at Illume Gallery in St. George UT. This show runs Nov 10-Dec 9, 2017, and it features a wide variety of representational oil painters. This is a difficult show to get into, and I am very excited to say this is my second OPA Western Regional show in a row. I am especially happy that they chose one of my favorite pieces, “Late Winter Solace.” We are making a trip out of it, camping in St. George as a family, and enjoying Zion, I hope. More to come on that. Again, you can purchase this painting by contacting Jane at jane@illumegalleryoffineart.com.

“Late Winter Solace” 24×20″ $3000

The final hoorah for November is the Mountain Oyster Club in Tucson, AZ. This show opens on November 18, and I am sorry to miss this one! I have been in this MOC show once before, and the photos from the Artists and Patron night make it look like a ton of fun. I appreciate so much the invitation, and one day we will make it down there. In the meantime, “Warmth of Winter” will have to go it alone. Contact Alisha Taylor moartshow@gmail.com if you are interested in this piece.

“Warmth of Winter” 24×18″ $2800

I hope you enjoyed your virtual art show. Thanks for joining me on the adventure!

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 www.chulabeauregard.com.

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