Friday, April 20, 2012

Drawing bugs and then back on the radio

Tonight is another performance of "Once Upon A Mattress", but I'll miss most of it, because today I'm teaching my art class. We're learning to draw insects like the butterfly, the beetle and man's greatest enemy... The mosquito!!

He looks so innocent! Apparently though they are responsible for the deaths of half of all humans since the Stone Age.

I'm gearing up for our next radio show on Monday.  We have internationally recognized comic artist...
...Alex Robinson joining us from New York!

Then there's the incredible painter and illustrator from San Francisco...

... Steven Russell Black!

And children's book author and editor....
April Jones Prince from Massachusetts!

In other news my cat is very upset with me.  Late yesterday I freed her hostage against her better judgement  I suppose.  It was a very colorful lizard the size of my forearm.... Yes! You read that right. GIGANTIC! He was off like a shot when I released him, and in her feline mind she's convinced he's lurking in the bushes plotting his revenge....

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