Pumpkin Regatta Poster Takes you on a Whimsical Journey

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Brenna White

Fall is in the air, so that means the West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta must be right around the corner. The Pumpkin Regatta has become the most famous event in the Northwest, thanks in large part to the amazing Regatta art designed by Tualatin artist Brenna White. 

The poster for 2023 has been unveiled, and it is as vibrant and whimsical as the Regatta itself. This year’s poster is a masterpiece of color and creativity. From the very first glance, it immerses viewers in a world that is both familiar and fantastical. The poster is a burst of bright and lively hues, capturing the essence of the eccentric characters from both Alice in Wonderland and the Pumpkin Regatta. The poster features elements from the story along with the Regatta Jester, pumpkins, and all of the little hidden characters that we have come to expect from Brenna’s work.

Since 2010, Brenna has designed the event’s posters, t-shirts, and more. Brenna has been teaching in the Tigard-Tualatin School District since 2011 and, for the past seven years, teaching art and design at Tualatin High School. 

Brenna will have a booth with prints, cards, and other artwork along with the children’s book she wrote and illustrated called How to Grow a Pumpkin at the West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta on Sunday, October 22. 

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