The first exhibit of artwork by the insanely great cartoonist Basil Wolverton is taking place at the Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana. The opening
reception is scheduled to take place on September 1st and the show runs
through November 11th.
The Original Art of Basil Wolverton
from the Collection of Glenn Bray
September 1 - November 11, 2007
Opening Reception: September 1, 7-10 p.m.
Grand Central Art Center
125 N. Broadway,
Santa Ana, CA 92701
General Phone: 714.567.7233
In honor of the exhibit, I'm posting an article Wolverton wrote in 1947 for the
Daily Oregonian on the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive blog. It's titled
"Acoustics in the Comics" and it deals with Wolverton's struggles to find just
the right sound-word to describe such cartoony situations as a person skidding
on a stove with bare feet or a beaver biting into a wooden leg.
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