And The Wine Was Served


Last night, in celebration of my book When Do They Serve the Wine? and opening of my exhibition, Decades of Donnelly, The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art had a party. Thanks to all who came to laugh and drink wine. Along with my work, there is also a show of the work of the wonderful MAD cartoonist Al Jaffee and underground cartoonist Denis Kitchen. Thanks also to the staff at the museum, particularly Ellen Abramowitz and Karl Erickson for mounting such a great show. Some of these photos were taken by New Yorker cartoonist Felipe Galindo. I only wish I had taken more photos! A few friends who attended and are not pictured; Alyson Denny, Eric Friedland, Michael Cohn, Douglas Florian, Jeff Dorgay, Tom SoterFran Manushkin, John Turitzen, Randy Jones, Roxie Munro and Bo Zaunders.

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About Liza Donnelly

Cartoonist and writer and live drawer for The New Yorker, CBS News. Speaker for TED and others. Books: Women On Men, http://www.narrativemagazine.com/store/book/women-men
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3 Responses to And The Wine Was Served

  1. lrlee says:

    Looks like a great show, lots of fun. I enjoy looking at the people who are not the main shot. I saw one guy who appears to be taking a photo of one of your cartoons. Maybe you should have slapped him pointing out those are copyrighted and he should put some dough down and buy the book ;-P

  2. Mark Thompson says:

    Congratulations! What a wonderful event. Great picture of you and Mr. Jaffe.

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