Monday, June 15, 2009
Exhibition: June 16 - September 6, 2009
The Elmhurst Historical Museum in Illinois currently has an exhibit on the history of comic books as well as a summer long list of events planned inside their beautiful downtown mansion! The museum curator and designer, Lance Tawzer has become the super hero there as he's really poured his passion into the design and concept. The Museum has been transformed into two floors of comic book history displays, collectibles, and multi-media presentations most originating from the Indianapolis Children's Museum. Lance also contacted the American Academy of Art for their support and scheduled Jill Thompson, Bill Reinhold and myself to exhibit and include us into their programming. There is a time lapse video of me painting a portrait of the Phantom, and a focus on the process of creating a Phantom cover (in this case The Phantom: Generations #1).
The Exhibition runs: June 16 until September 6, 2009.
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Posted by Douglas Klauba at 11:26 AM
Labels: Bill Reinhold, Comic Books, Elmhurst Historical Museum, Golden Age, History, Jill Thompson, Silver Age
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That's awesome! Congratulations! I will definitely check that out!
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