|It is The Year of the Goat|
Sunday, February 22, 2015
Happy Chinese New Year a day late! Although this is from the goats I saw in Greece on a tiny island off of Aegina called Moni Eginas.
It was cute and covered in goats and peacocks.
My friend brought bread to feed them and got head butted by an aggressive male when she tried to pet him. She said she should have known better and had giant bruises to prove it!
They had glorious horns!
|Moni Eginas; magical land of goats and peacocks|
|Slam Bam Comic Jam at the Art Academy|
Thursday, January 29, 2015
A Month-long Comic Arts Exhibition and Extravaganza
|Cover for Star Crossed by me for a comic collaboration with Steve Bryant|
Features Artists from Kabuki, Star Wars, and The Walking Dead
WHO: Exhibition Artists: David Michael Beck, Allison Craig, Brian Hagen, Russell Ihrig, David Mack, Tony Moore, Joe Slucher, and Christina Wald.
PRESENTERS: Mike Fleisch, Anthony Moorman, Joe Slucher, and Christina Wald.
WHAT: Art Academy of Cincinnati’s Inaugural “Slam Bam Comic Jam” Exhibition & Extravaganza
WHEN: January 30 – February 27, 2015
Opening Reception: Final Friday, January 30, 5-8 pm Live Screen-Printing of Limited-Run T-Shirts (Only 50 Shirts Available, $10 each), Music,
Comic Merchandise Tables, and Costume Contest for fans of Wookiees and Walkers
Closing Reception: Final Friday, February 27, 5-8 pm Making It Documentary and Q&A with film director Anthony Moorman
Complete Schedule of Events will be posted on the Art Academy’s website.
Catbat will also be premiering!
|New Book! New Samples!|
Saturday, January 24, 2015
When Crabs Cross the Sand written by Sharon Katz Cooper and illustrated by me is just out from Capstone/picture window books. The color looks amazing! I really like the printing and design on this one.
The crabs are fascinating to study. There was a great documentary on National Geographic about them.
|Glorious samples just in!|
They do a little dance in the ocean when they release their eggs that is worth watching: http://youtu.be/XFfUr9e5Gos
|Crabs have tooooo many legs really; or so I though as I was painting...||