Friday, November 2, 2012

American Women Artists - 2 exhibits in Arizona with opening festivities this weekend!

Cactus Salute, 18 x 18, oil on panel, L. Daniel © 2012
SOLD

If you are in the Tucson, AZ area this weekend, please join me at the American Women Artists shows where these two pieces will be on display: 

FRIDAY, NOV 2:
15th Annual American Women Artists National Juried Show
K. Newby Gallery and Sculpture Garden
Tubac, Arizona
Reception 1:00-4:00 pm

SATURDAY, NOV 3:
"Visions of the Southwest"

American Women Artists - Signature and Master Member Exhibition

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum 

Tucson, Arizona

Paintout 9:00-11:00 am
Reception 2:00-4:00 pm


I am thrilled to have achieved Signature status with AWA this summer and to be participating in these events! It's going to be a fun weekend!



Desert Trail, 18 x 18, oil on canvas, L. Daniel © 2012 - SOLD

11 comments:

Susan Roux said...

Very nice! I love the glow on your cacti. Best of luck.

Milliscent Morgan said...

Thanks I found this blog but supposedly I'm looking for the post of painters Toronto

Barbara Muir said...

Congratulations. This is wonderful.
Beautiful work as always.

XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOBarbara

Candace Brancik said...

These are beautiful Laurel! Congratulations!

Debbi Smith Rourke said...

WOW! Both fabulous works. Congrats on the shows. Know you are loving being in such a glorious part of the world.

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Johnnie Sielbeck said...

Congratulations, Laurel!!

Stephen Parker said...

Congratulations, Laurel, on both your juried entries in the Arizona exhibits. Both are very strong. Looking forward to hearing more about the shows upon your return.

Jo Anne Neely Gomez said...

Both beautiful works and what a wonderful place to be this time of the year. Congratulations and happy painting!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

I love a yellow sky !

Stephanie Berry said...

These are both great but I LOVE the cactus!