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SF’s Cartoon Art Museum Presents Illustrator Barron Storey

At the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco, the exhibition of Grains of Sand: 25 Years of the Sandman will finally conclude with the visit of critically acclaimed artist Barron Storey, and his event Endless Nights.

On April 12th from 7:00-9:00pm, the illustrator, graphic, novelist, and noted educator will be on hand in discussing his career, which includes collaborations with Neil Gaiman on the novel Sandman: Endless Nights, as well as Storey’s own Fifteen Portraits of Despair. Attendees will also get an insider’s look at Storey’s Despair Journals. Storey already has works in the Sandman exhibition.

In a little information about Barron Storey, he is a native of Dallas, Texas and has created award-winning artworks for the covers and pages of various publications including Time, National Geographic, and Saturday Review. His paintings are held in collections in various institutions including the National and Space Museum, the American Museum of Natural History, and the National Portrait Gallery. He is also a book illustrator, whose works includes covers of Fahrenheit 451, and the 1980 reissue of Lord of the Flies. He is part of the faculty of California College of the Arts in San Francisco, and has also taught at San Jose State University and Pixar Studios.

There is just two and a half weeks left to check out the exhibition Grains of Sand, as it will end on April 27th.