Gallery Pix & Travel Pix

Well, we plucky local artists of a humorous bent managed to get our "What’s So Funny" art exhibit up and running at the Eclipse Mill Gallery in time for the opening reception last Friday. And look! Here’s an art-lover studying my pages from "Purchaser’s Clearing House" while listening to the song of that title while the video version of my comic strip plays on that DVD player on the table. What a multi-layered treat this fellow must be experiencing!

That DVD player, I should mention, is being graciously loaned to me for the duration of this show’s run by my friends Marianne and Matt, owners of the Greylock Arts gallery in Adams. Thanks so much for the help, guys.

And thanks also to curator Charles Giuliano for including me in his exhibit. Now that he’s had time to catch his breath, the tireless Charles has posted some of his reflections about the show at his Bershire Fine Arts web site.

Education News

Last week marked the beginning of my new semester of teaching at MCLA, where a sharp set of students were waiting on Thursday evening for me to shower them with wise notions about cartooning in Room 204 of Bowman Hall. The fools, the mad, mad fools!

And What Was Spain Like?
(Or France, For That Matter?)

Eddie’s and my excellent European adventure had many parts to it. To see snapshots of some of those parts, just click the picture puzzle below.

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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  1. Hello there. It looks like your trip to La Coruña was a complete success. Now, it’s my turn to travel to the USA and drop in to say ‘Hello!’. Best wishes and hugs from Madrid.