Now that the chaos of SDCC is done, it’s time to move on to the next chaos: the Tiny Art Big Ideas show here in Denver, hosted by Spectra Art Space.
The concept for the show is simple: dozens of artists have submitted hundreds of works, all of which are 6 in x 6 in x 6in or smaller. Hence Tiny Art!
My work for this show mostly focuses on the Feeping Creatures side of my creative endeavors, so look for wee monsters in the form of sculptures, drawings, and enamel pins.
The opening reception for the show is tonight, July 27, at 7:00 PM. You should come to that if you can. If not, the show will be up for the next month, so you still have plenty of time to look at all the itty bitty arts.
Spectra Art Space here in Denver, Colorado is hosting a comic-themed show, and I’ve got some stuff in it!
The opening reception is June 23 from 7:00 PM – 12:00 AM, and it is, like, totally free, omg. There will be live music, there will be refreshments, and there will be art for sale! Oh yes indeedy. RSVP with Spectra.
I’ve included some brand new Valley of the Silk Sky art in the show, stuff what no one else has seen (well, no one apart from my Patrons, that is).
The show will be up for the next month, so even if you can’t make it to the reception you should swing by!
This week’s Politically InQueerect on Tapastic is a repurposed Outfield comic from days of yore. Yeah, it’s not the right season for discussing baseball, but I’ll be spending most of the summer running the new, long-form PiQue story I’ve been working furiously on. I’m in the midst of penciling page 20, and have inked up through page 14. Still need to start coloring, but a trip to ye olde art shoppe is required before that can begin.
Anyhow, look for this new story to start running sometime in February (when, exactly, in Feb I have not yet determined. Will depend on how fast the coloring goes). Until then, have a wee teaser image:
Finally, I’m in an art show here in Denver, at the Wazee Union. It’ll be up throughout January 2014, so if you’re in town, stop by to check out artwork by me and a bunch of other local cartoonists. One of the pieces I have up is an original page from Transposes, dontcha know. If you can’t make it to the show, Denver Westword has a nifty photo gallery up from the opening.
The weekend of November 30 – December 2, 2012 you will find me in Burbank, CA at Bent-Con! This is a convention dedicated entirely to queer comics and media. How can you resist?
In addition to appearing at the Northwest Press booth to promote Transposes, I’ll also have several pieces for sale in the art show, and I have at least one panel appearance (deets to come later). If you’re going to be in southern California, you really should check it out!