Up Against The Walls

March is shaping up to be my month for getting strung up on walls of the museum and gallery sort. And bi-coastally, yet!

I’ll tell you about the group show I’m part of on theWest Coast on another day, since its opening isn’t happening until March 18.

But here on my home turf, the place to be this Thursday, March 2, is at Gallery 51 on Main Street in North Adams, MA. So, like, if you plan to fly in from Albuquerque or Grand Rapids for the festivities, you’d better get those tickets reserved!

Above: Artist and Gallery 51 co-curator Sean Riley and I sort through the 24 cartoon and comics items of mine that will go up on the wall.
At left: A painting by Emily Daunis. Below: Fastasy art by John Stomberg.

It’s a three-artist group show called North Adams Illustrators, and during the seven weeks between March 2 and April 23 my drawings will be sharing the gallery walls at 51 Main Street with two other illustrators who live and work nearby: Emily Daunis and John Shamburger.

The opening reception on Thursday will run from 5:00 PM until 7:00. Refreshments, I’m told, will be served. And if you can’t get to the reception, Emily’s, John’s and my artwork will still be waiting to quietly bedazzle you during gallery hours: Thursdays through Sundays from 11:00 AM until 6:00 PM

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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