Art All Over

Maurice Sendak's "Wild Things" ambushed me as I turned a corner at last night's opening of the Neo-Integrity exhibit at MoCCA. What a great show! I am so happy to be a part of it. Floor-to-ceiling art. Gems tucked into corners and wrapped around columns, animations playing continuously and wine... who could ask for more. Original ink drawings from "Peanuts" complete with zip-a-tone. Jules Feiffer's cartoons for the Village Voice... This show requires a few visits,  preferably without a lot of other people standing around chatting... ha! Keep an eye out for the catalog – can't miss it at about 4 inches thick. Kudos to Keith, Grace and the volunteers and staff at MoCCA.


The Goat-man

March 12 – May 30
This piece is the fourth piece from the fairy-tale Gold on view now at the Museum of Comic & Cartoon Art (MOCCA), along with the work of many others illustrators & cartoonists.  "It is a super-salon show... a "King Solomon's Mines" ...  a spectacular experience for all.  A  floor-to-ceiling, frame-to-frame salon-style show!  Imagine the salons of the 1800's, and you'll get the  idea."  Some of the artists are... Maurice Sendak, Peter Arno, Isabella Bannerman, Julie Doucet, Jules Feiffer, Tomer + Asaf Hanuka... and me!  Curated by Keith Mayerson

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