Colorful Desert Blooms at Tohono Chul

Art by Regina Lord

I had a wonderful time at the artist reception for the Tohono Chul show, “In Full Bloom”.  It is such a beautiful venue and they do such a fantastic job of hanging the art and making everything look so lovely.

Five pieces sold the first night, which was very exciting! It is kinds fun to see my colorful desert blooms hanging in the gallery all grouped together. The show will be open for viewing until April 24th.

Over the next week, I wanted to try to post the paintings that were in the show. Posting them on my blog helps me to chronologically keep track of what I’ve done. Seven of the paintings in the show were painted at the end of last year (most of which I have already shared in past posts) and 9 were painted this month.

  Elf Owl, Art by Regina Lord
“Elf Owl”

This cute little guy was painted last November and I can’t believe I never shared him.  He is one of my most favorite owl paintings that I’ve done.

Succulent - Art by Regina Lord

This little succulent painting, and the next one below, are newer.

Cactus Bloom, Art by Regina Lord
“Cactus Bloom”

I am thinking I might revisit these little cactus blooms and succulents on bigger canvases.

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2 Responses to Colorful Desert Blooms at Tohono Chul

  1. jennai says:

    Seriously those are paints so awesome

  2. Hannatjie van Zyl says:

    Your art is beautiful. Love to paint like that. Enjoy every painting!

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