Cabazon Dinos, by Beth Bowley
9" x 12", oil on hardboard panel, unframed 2018
Painted from life and on-site at the iconic Cabazon Dinosaurs, as part of our Palm Springs Painting Retreat in November 2018.
A fervent clothing nut, Beth BOWLEY has been sewing ever since her mom dared to give her scissors. This early passion led her to Parsons School of Design in NYC and varied careers involving fashion in that big city for 20+ years. After heading home to beloved Maine, she’s delighted to now cultivate her various projects in the sweet little seaside town of Rockland...which include, but are not limited to, shopping for her retail shop fourTWELVE, designing and producing the Studio 412 collection, constantly repairing a giant brick building, making massive quantities of lobster rolls for parties that typically turn into a dance 'til dawn on the deck, and painting with her friends anytime, anywhere.
CABAZON DINOSAURS is a roadside attraction in Cabazon, CA built by sculptor and theme park artist Claude Bell in 1964. It features two steel-and-concrete dinosaurs named Dinny the Dinosaur and Mr. Rex. Located just west of Palm Springs, the 150-foot-long Brontosaurus (Dinny) and the 65-foot-tall Tyrannosaurus rex (Mr. Rex) are visible from the freeway to travelers passing by on Southern California's Interstate 10.
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