The Artist Trust Benefit Art Auction is right around the corner: February 25, 2012, Seattle, Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center, from 4 to 9 PM. More details can be found here.

For those of you in Seattle, mark your calendars now for Artist Trust’s biggest fundraising event of the year. Your participation helps Artist Trust with its vital grant-making and career training programs for Washington State artists of all disciplines. And, while you’re there, consider a bid for a piece of art of mine that was accepted for this auction. It is my honor to donate an original work of art, a page from a comic I created for the annual 24 Hour Comics Day event that I put together here in Seattle. This piece is entitled, “The Dog Who Would Be King, #12.” The number refers to the page in the 24-page piece. You can read it here. And you can read my graphic novel, “Alice in New York,” here.

You can purchase a print of this work as well as the 24-page comic book directly from me. The print is a limited edition on archival paper for $40. The 24 Hour Comics Day comic is 24 pages and goes for $3. Just go to CONTACT if you’re interested. And also feel free to contact me anytime. As a writer and artist, there are any number of reasons you may want to reach me. Artwork to buy? Illustration or writing gig? Publisher interested in my work? The list goes on. Thank you.

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