Category Archives: The Other South

In the Park with Flannery and the Gorillas

  On March 31st I drove to Savannah to take part in the 3rd Annual Flannery O’Connor Homemade Parade and Block Party. Flannery O’Connor is a beloved 20th century author known for her absurdist plot twists, wacky characters, and pithy comments … Continue reading

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Southern Discomfort

For the second year in a row, the Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home in Savannah Georgia hosted an art exhibit and auction to raise money for maintenance and operation.  This year’s show, “Southern Discomfort 2” was held on January 31, and … Continue reading

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Southern Gothic in Color

This fall, two local venues in Charleston SC are hosting my collection of collages inspired by the fiction of Flannery O’Connor.  Half of the collages are on exhibit at the offices of Coastal Community Foundation, a public grant-making foundation dedicated … Continue reading

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West by South

In 2012, I finished an adventure story somewhat like The Wizard of Oz, called The Obidian Interval.  It is not exactly a graphic novel or an illustrated novel or a picture book but combines elements of all three.  Recently I … Continue reading

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Two Charleston exhibits

Here are a few shots of the two exhibits I participated in this summer: *** Tales Transposed: A Celebration of the Imagination Charleston SC, The City Gallery at Waterfront Park, May 18 – June 30 2013 Nathan Durfee, Lillian Trettin, … Continue reading

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