Brian Walker sent me these photos of the show he co-curated at the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa CA. It's the third of a trilogy of exhibits called The Language of Lines, and it focuses on Imaginary Places in the Comics (like I said if you'd been paying attention). It's got all my favorite places, from Coconino County and Slumberland to Camp Swampy, the Okefenokee Swamp and Dingburg. And somehow Cul de Sac snuck in there too. I'm enormously proud to be in this neighborhood.
Here's a trio of paintings by the mighty George Herriman.
On the Beetle Bailey wall there's a pretty accurate looking map of Camp Swampy.
Here's the text for Bill Griffith's wall, and a few Zippies.
Here's Cul de Sac's corner, in a tasteful pistachio green.
A very slightly different view, with less of the floor visible.
And here's most of the art, handsomely framed and labeled.
My thanks to all the fine folks at the Schulz Museum and to Brian Walker. Sorry I missed the opening, but I hope you saved me some wine. For those closer than me (and really, if you're anywhere west of the Continental Divide you should go to this) the show runs for April 24 to August 22. If I start hitching right now I should just make it.