For those of you who’ve visited the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury, Connecticut over the past few weeks, this is one of the two original illustrations that I contributed to the art exhibit presented at Mattatuck, and co-sponsored by WCMHN, which ended late last week. For those of you who visited Mattatuck during the past few weeks – and those of you who didn’t, you can purchase and own your copies of not only the illustration located above this very paragraph, but also the second which I displayed on my blog site a few weeks; please click on the following web address below:
In addition, within the next day or two, I plan to upload my latest video on Vimeo, in honor of Memorial Day. And to let you know that I haven’t been idle, I’ve just completed the first twenty-five chapters of the soon-to-be-published Target: Chameleons, which I hope to have finished and published by this Halloween – not to mention the fact that I’ve already conceived the plot for an episode of a certain TV show which I hope to write in the next few days (and hopefully, sell to the producers of said series); as for the name of the TV show – well, how many spike-haired TV characters with yellow skin do you know who are still on the air? (Consider that a subtle hint.)
Until my next blog article —
JOHN LAVERNOICH is the author of five books, as well as numerous articles and short stories published on the Internet.