Details of artwork by Liz Vaughn “Captivate” Oil on Canvas, 24″ x 48″, Regina Lord “A Walk in the Garden” , and Annalisa Loevenguth det. of mixed media piece.
For Immediate Release

January 27, 2020
Contact: Valerie Galloway
Phone: 520-884-7810
Email: vgalloway@ywcatucson.org

Wonderment and Beauty:  New Works by Liz Vaughn, Regina Lord, and Annalisa Loevenguth

Join us Thursday, March 19th from 5-7 PM for a reception with the Artists.

The exhibition runs from March 6th-June 5th, 2020.

Celebrate a curious world of wonder, beauty, and fantasy through the works of Liz Vaughn, Regina Lord, and Annalisa Loevenguth.

  • Liz Vaughn creates dreamlike, stylish and truly modern oil paintings fraught with hot color and electric energy. Vaughn got her start in painting from taking a personal development class in watercolor, then moved on to classes at the University of Arizona, where she eventually received her degree in Fine Arts. Her work tells stories that are simultaneously familiar, yet mysterious. Vaughn lives and works in Tucson, Arizona.
  • Regina Lord has lived in Arizona for most of her life. A former pediatric nurse, she now works as an artist full time. Lord has appeared on The Martha Stewart Show as a guest artist and has an international following. She is influenced by the sun, warm weather, and her Hispanic heritage. Her work evokes a magic whimsicality. Bold colors, soft yet strong women, and extraordinary landscapes are ubiquitous in her work.
  • Annalisa Loevenguth is a mixed media collage artist and book illustrator.  Her work combines layers of paper and paint to create tactile and sensuous textures. She creates a fantastical world inspired by fairy tales and folklore. Animals, the circus and fairies are recurrent themes. Loevenguth lives and works in Tucson, Arizona.

This exhibition runs from March 6th until June 5th and is free and open to the public.

The mission of the YWCA Tucson is “Eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.” The organization provides services for 30,000 people each year at the Frances McClelland Community Center located at 525 N. Bonita Ave, Tucson 85745.