This year has been a good one for putting my art on the wall. I was in two comic-related shows last spring, courtesy of the Boston Comics Roundtable, but as they say, good things come in threes. Today, I hung my first solo art show since my senior exhibition in college. Okay, it’s at my local bank, but I’m still pretty excited about it. I spent the last week preparing fifteen pieces – twelve original pages and three color prints – for the exhibit, and finally learned how to use my matte cutter.
If you happen to be anywhere near Boston’s North Shore, consider a trek down to the Beverly Cooperative Bank on Cabot Street sometime between now and December 7th. Aside from the art and friendly bank managers, you can grab some great coffee across the street, or sushi next door for your trouble. Or, heck, email me, and I’d be happy to give you a tour.
Unfortunately, turning my studio (and guest room and spare office) into a framing shop ate up all my time this week, so the next page will be a couple days late. Look for it on Thursday.
Also, thank you to everyone who’s helped so far with a the Pre-Order project! We’re over a third of the way there, now. Your support will make printing Part Three so much easier. Thanks, again!