Remembering Molly's mother, Virginia Irvin.
Thursday, March 24, 2016
Saturday, March 19, 2016
The Marin Museum of Contemporary Art is currently hosting the exhibit
Travels with Phil: The Art of Cartoonist Phil Frank.
A life–size Bronze statue (lent by the Sausalito Art Festival)
Phil Frank was a much beloved cultural figure in the San Francisco bay area. A cartoonist and Marin county history buff ( He was a history curator for the Bolinas Museum and The Sausalito Historical Research Center is named in his honor ) his comic strip Farley appeared exclusively in the San Francisco Chronicle from 1985 until his death at the age of 64 in 2007.
A recreation of his Sausalito studio
The Farley strip originally began in 1975 as a nationally syndicated strip, Travels with Farley, until Frank made the unusual decision to switch to all local San Francisco focus.
The exhibit has examples of other strips by Frank including the syndicated features Miles to Go and The Elderberries as well as his Fritz Crackers strips for the local MarinScope.
Beyond the works of comic art, the MMoCA show also presents Frank’s assemblages, paintings and sketches.
The exhibit runs until April 10th.