Press
Thanks very much to everyone who has written about us!  Here are some of our
favorites:

Radosh.net

The Daily News Tribune

Museum of Bad Art Press Release

Forbidden Planet

U.S. Catholic

Neatorama

UrbanBaby Daily

Apartment Therapy

Daddy Types

Typographica

Boing Boing

StumbleUpon

Mrs. Mary Major's First Grade Class

TeacherArtExchange (Education at the Getty)
Shows
May 2008 - Ver Professio Group Show, A.I.R. Gallery, 511 West 25th Street, #301,
New York, NY.

February 2008 - Heart Throb Group Show,
gallery onetwentyeight, 128 Rivington
Street, New York, NY.

September - October 2007 -
Plagiarism and Appropriation: Borrowing, Stealing,
and Adapting the ideas of others.  Gallery RFD, Swainsboro, GA.

August 2007 - A Weekend in Chelsea, A.I.R. Gallery, 511 West 25th Street, #301,
New York, NY.

August 2007 - La Moustache,  Boa Taverne Moderne, Montreal.

April 2007 - Art Gotham Square Foot Show, NYC.

February - March 2007 - Central Queens YM & YWHA, Forest Hills, NY.

January 2007 - Glorious Food, Gallery 402, NYC.

November 2006 - Art Godz Show, White Room NYC.  (Click
here for a slideshow of
the event, courtesy of
Eti Grifel.)

October - November 2006 - What the Fluff? A Tribute to Union Square Invention.

June - August 2006 - Bayside Historical Society Festival of the Arts, Bayside, NY.

September 2004 - Cambridge Artists Open Studios.
Links
Incredible Art Department

Say and Play

Oil Painting Reproductions - Buy Oil Paintings and Art Prints,
framed or unframed. With an art collection of over 35,000 paintings
by hundreds of Artists. Picasso, Monet, Klimt, Dali, and many more.
Contests
Here are some on-line projects and contests that I have participated in.  Note:
some of them are NOT for children.

SCBWI - SCBWI is the Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators.  They
periodically post writing and illustrating contests on their website.  I won or placed
in a couple:
Writing Contest #19 - Santa Claus
Illustrator Contest #25 - The Anti-Valentine

Lyttle Lytton Contest  - I am ashamed to report that I received honorable
mentions for both the 2007 and 2009
Lyttle Lytton contests.  This is a shorter
version of the
Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest, which challenges entrants to write
the worst possible introductory sentence to a novel. The Lyttle Lytton contest
offers the same challenge, but the sentence must be 30 words or less.

The New Yorker Cartoon Anti-Caption Contest - I enter this contest every
week.  This is a parody of the real New Yorker Cartoon Caption contest.  Entrants
are invited to submit the worst possible caption for the cartoon.  
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