Our art installations typically place artwork in uncommon spaces outside commercial gallery and museum spaces. As book artists, we enjoy temporarily putting work in the natural environment or small private homes with gardens so that an individual or small group of people might "bump into the work" and contemplate the meaning of the narrative as we have done in the American midwest, Australia, New Zealand and, most recently, in Ireland. This work documents the bookwork at the following sites: Gurtinard House, Listowel, the River Feale, the Giant's Causeway, Trinity College in Dublin and Newgrange.
|Wascally Wee Willy
Wascally Wee Willy joined the Supermen of America in 1958 and has done his best to pursue Truth, Justice and the American Way ever since. He was awarded the 1st Marvelmaniac-of-the-Month award in 1969 by Mark Evanier and a coveted No-Prize by Stan Lee soon after. He has taught manga at Technos University in Tokyo; illustration at Oskar Kokoschka's School of Vision in Salzburg; and has lectured on creating comics around the world. He has studied with leading illustrators such as Germany's Luis Murschetz, as well as current comic greats, Christopher Moeller, Scott McCloud and Matt Kindt.
William Harroff received a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship, an NEA Regional Artists' Project grant, the Frank B. Sessa Scholarship, the Governor's International Exchange Program Grant, a Ragdale Foundation residency and top honors in several global art competitions. He holds degrees with Highest Distinction from Purdue University, Indiana University and the ISBK. His bookworks are in the..