Me, My Cartoons, and I This Saturday & Sunday

The North Adams Open Studios art festival is preparing to flower this weekend, and examples of my creative output will be in full bloom along with works by a bunch of other local artists* who’ll be sprinkled across assorted venues in our city for the whole two days.

A trolley will provide free rides from venue to venue. In other words, the berg will be hopping with art-creators and art-lovers all day Saturday and Sunday.

If you want to see me in particular (and who wouldn’t?), I will be tending my art display (plus Howard Cruse books, mugs, and mousepads) at 107 Main Street. If you’re in the area, do drop by. Two days is a long time to be parked in one spot, and it’s much more fun to chat and party with friends than to stare into space for fourteen hours.

Below: Me beginning the process of figuring out which drawings will go where with the assistance of my friend Sierra Murphree. Her mom Rosemary snapped the photo.

Other artists who’ve signed on to exhibit at 107 Main Street are: Viola Moriarty; Jennifer Mulcahy; Jaye Fox; Martha Rose; Ryan Hutton; Ian Grey; Glenn Shalan; Karen Kane; Jerid Hohn; John Lissee; Danny O’Connor; David Lane; Rebecca DeWitt; John Sherman; Stephanie Gravalese; Alicia Zalud; and Rachel Porter.

About Howard

I'm a cartoonist and writer, best known for my graphic novel, Stuck Rubber Baby, and my comic strip from the 1980s, Wendel.
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