Thursday, January 16, 2014


Next Friday at Center Stage Gallery in Burbank is the opening of a terrific illustration show featuring a number of pieces from my collection and three other LA based collectors. If you have an interest in classic illustration are are in the LA area, make sure you get a chance to visit this show. It runs until late February.

Collectors Corner
Jan 24-Feb 23, 2014

  • Show Title:
    The Collectors Corner
  • Artist:
    On loan from Private Collectors
  • View Artwork:
    Only available in Gallery
  • Show Schedule:
    Opening Reception Jan 24, 7:00-10:00
  • Date and Time:
    Jan 24 - Feb 23, 2014
The new gallery @CSG in Burbank is proud to debut their second edition of “The Collectors Corner” this month. On loan from private collectors the show includes original artwork created by such legendary powerhouses as Robert Fawcett, Oliver Hurst, Bernie Fuchs and Robert McGinnis. All artwork is on loan from the private collections of Emmy Award winning storyboard and comic artist  Mike Vosburg, filmmaker and feature film animator Joe Haidar, feature film animator Jim Baker and The Goldberg Collection.
Center Stage Gallery presented by the Creative Talent Network is carrying on the tradition of putting the talent center stage and is proud to present this second showing of “The Collectors Corner”. A rotating show of private collections filled with inspiration and a must see for any artist or collector.
For more information please go to, email us at, or
call 818-259-1598.

The bulk of the show features my Robert Fawcett collection, but there are also several Oliver Hurst pieces, three Dean Cornwell roughs, as well as pictures by James Montgomery Flagg, Austin Briggs, Noel Sickles, Jon Whitcomb, Robert McGinnis,Bill Sienkiewicz, Leonard Starr, Joe Kubert and Alex Toth. Quite an eclectic group.

The art that I'm posting is all in the show. There are 40+ pieces altogether.

Above is the information about  the gallery. They also host a costumed figure drawing workshop on Wednesday evenings. Enjoy.

Next week: More on the first issue of the Mad Mummy

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