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!

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One Response to Shipping Season

  1. Barb Ross says:

    Yeah – Chula – your work is such an inspiration and so full of the beauty of the natural world that inspires you!!!

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