Sunday, October 28, 2012

"Bowl Full of Happiness" Exhibit at Wild Goose Creative Part 2

Here are some more photos from the exhibition of pages from the Sunday Comix benefit anthology A Bowl Full of Happiness at Wild Goose Creative taken by niece Tamara Marshall.   This batch spotlights a few of the individual pages.   
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Here are Tamara's and my contributions:
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Sea "Monkees" by Sue Olcott
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Kira Keck's Kontribution
(Sorry.  I kouldn't kontrol myself)
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A beautiful piece by Maryanne Rose Papke 
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This one is by Ron Hill and frequent American Splendor artist Gary Dumm.
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Here's a piece of hard-boiled detective fiction--with Sea Monkeys--by Bob Corby
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Parody and puns from Matt Wyatt
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Mike Carroll's full color back cover mash-up of two fondly remembered perrennial comic book ads
Here are a couple of extreme close ups highlighting Mike's unique sense of humor
(It is highly recommended that you click on these to enlarge them so that you may read and appreciate them properly.  Or, even better, buy a copy of the book.)
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This is only a sampling of the art on display.   These represent the ones that Tamara saw fit to record.  I can not account for her choices, anymore than I can explain her somewhat mystifying decision to photograph a plate of cheese and crackers, as seen in my previous post.  Also on display were pieces by Max Ink, Michael Neno, Canada Keck, Sheldon Glaser and Jonathon Riddle, Steve Peterson, Frank Cvetkovic, Dan Taylor and more.

1 comment:

  1. Connor KirkendallMay 15, 2014 at 6:57 PM

    Wish I would have known about this. I like exactly one block away. :[

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