Good art can be a little dark and disturbing. In the case of a new exhibition at the Whitney Library Gallery, it can also be classified as creepy, spooky, kooky, mysterious and more than a little fun. The show features dark drawings and haunting images, much of them from a new children’s book, “The Stumps of Flattop Hill,” by Las Vegas-based author Kenneth Kit Lamug.Comments closed
Las Vegas, NV May 29, 2014 – Two weeks ago, award-winning children’s picture book author and illustrator Kenneth Lamug launched a Kickstarter campaign for his…Comments closed
The spring issue of Underneath the Juniper Tree Children’s Horror Magazine is now alive. Help support this volunteer run publication by sharing it with your…Comments closed
There is a party at the Oswalds residence. But an uninvited guest appeared. Good thing he brought exotic tea and crumpets for everyone. What a…Comments closed
Something spooky is happening at the camp site. No one else would believe them. They had to go back to get proof. Here’s a quick…Comments closed
Here’s a recently colored panel from my work-in-progress project. The first image shows how rough and basic my outlines are. Only half of the work…Comments closed
To wrap up my recent posts of freebie wallpapers, let us conclude with “A boy made of straw” image. This is actually one character based…Comments closed
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