Current DisplayLedyard Gallery:
Ernie Bushmiller's Nancy, drawn by Luke Howard
In Progress: A Show by Students at the Center for Cartoon Studies
Saturday, February 28 through Wednesday, April 29
The Program Coordinator for the Center for Cartoon Studies, Luke Howard, had this to say about the upcoming show:
Every year students travel from all over the world to Middle-Of-Nowhere, VT to learn about making comics and to hone their skills as artists. It is a grueling two-year M.F.A. program, but by the time students leave the Center for Cartoon Studies, their abilities as draftsman and story tellers has gone through an intense transformation. The original artwork displayed at Howe Library is a taste of the kind of work being created.
Display Cases in March:
Cafe Area Case: Pysanky Eggs from Shannon Walllis' collection.
Teen Area Case: Aldren Watson's just-published book, Waterfront New York, and a sampling of toys made by Aldren for his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Items are courtesy of Clyde Watson, Aldren's daughter.
Ledyard Gallery in May: Artwork from the Annual Senior Art Show