My dad, Bobby Lee, died about a month ago of cancer. He was, in addition to being a great dad, a mildly famous steel guitar player (in the European Hall of Fame). He is most known for his web site that all steel guitar players belong to, the Steel Guitar Forum. Started in 1997, it… Read more »
Mount Horeb’s downtown Driftless Historium hosts “Skog Folk (Forest People)” by rural Mount Horeb artist Shoshanah Lee Marohn. This exhibit, officially debuting Friday, September 9, 2022, features a brooding series of acrylic paintings depicting ancient, dark forests and retreating figures. “I don’t know where the people are going because I don’t know where I’m going.”… Read more »
I have a wall now in the downstairs of Isaac’s Antiques in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, where you can come and see my work in person, and hopefully buy some. The address is 132 East Main Street, Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, USA.
This painting is going to a friend.
The new book is available now!
I have a new book coming December 5th. Merry Krampus Eve is a spoof of the Clement C. Moore classic The Night Before Christmas, but instead of waiting for Santa to come and give presents, party guests are waiting for Krampus, the Christmas demon, to come and play guitar in their goth band. Krampus is… Read more »
I was reading an *interview with Edward Gorey today (from 1994) where he said, “By the way, I would cheerfully sell my soul to draw like some people. “ Clifford Rose: “Like whom?” and, over the next few pages, Gorey lists his idles (most of whom were also named Edward). I’m just going to post… Read more »
She looks skeptical, but it’s true! “Night of the Krampus” will be here in 55 days! Patreon Supporter Heather decided my next book should be the real story of Krampus. December 5th, 2019 is release date! More information coming soon. If you would like a book about your own topic, please become a supporter of my… Read more »