Thursday, March 1, 2012

Back on the radio and trying not to cough....

On Monday we had our February show of Art of The Red River.  This month's show went really well, despite the fact that I'm oozing mucus (you're welcome for that visual). We had Vince Natale from NY on the show....

 His works range from magazine editorials to book covers to fine art and spans the genres of romance, horror, fantasy-science fiction, portraiture, and military subjects.Vince is also an instructor at the Woodstock School of Art.

Our second guest was cartoonist Shannon Wheeler...
 Creator of "Too Much Coffee Man" and winner of two Eisner awards for humor books, Shannon had me laughing for 20 minutes. 




Our final guest was Judy Sue Goodwin-Sturges, founder of Studio Goodwin-Sturges a children book studio in Boston. Studio Goodwin-Sturges works on behalf of nearly 40 picture book artists worldwide. Judy Sue is  also an instructor at Rhode Island School of Design. 


Even though I've been feeling like an old snot rag all week I managed to get quite a bit done.  With the help of Looking Glass Theatre member, John Wead,  we managed to excavate the old backdrops from storage (no easy task).  I also finished two more titles for the over head projection....
Obviously this is for the castle parapet, and for the dressing room....


Hopefully we can start the painting on the multitude of backdrops for this play next week.

On a final note, I have had what my daughter would call an "epic fail" for my blog.  I failed to post on February 29th and now I have to wait till 2016!!  Oh well... Happy March!

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