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
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UPDATE: Book is now available on Amazon and booksellers everywhere It’s done! The initial stages of my new book “The Stumps of Flattop Hill” is…Comments closed
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If you haven’t had the chance of checking out Underneath the Juniper Tree then I recommend you take your googles over there right now! They…Comments closed
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