Convention season is starting, at least for me, in a few weeks, on May 9th-11th in Kansas City. Spectrum Live III is upon us, and it's going to be bigger and better then last year. By a lot.
I'm doing a different setup this year as well, since the show itself seems to cater more to a collector crowd, I'm not actually bringing any prints. Which makes this the first show I've done in about 16 years where I didn't have prints.
Instead I'm doing lots of canvases, some printed as I've done before, and some mixed media; Which is also a first for me. I will have all the new magic cards I've contributed to the Theros set, as well as a lot of my newer personal work
As for the rest of the appearance schedule, I am actually skipping Comic Con in San Diego, at least for this year, and allowing my good friend Tyler Walpole to take over my booth. He hasn't done the madness that is San Diego Comic Con before, so be sure to stop by booth 4617 and make him feel welcome. He does a lot of work for marvel and Paizo and basically everyone else in the entertainment and publishing business, and he does it rather well, so you won't be sorry.
I will again be attending Gencon in Indianapolis, but for the first time in years, I won't be in the art show. I am doing a large double booth out in the wilderness of the main hall, and it will be both strange and glorious. Probably. But the one thing I know for certain, without question, there will be less artist booths on either side of mine. Which might be good? I don't know. But I will find out.
I am also hoping to be a part of Dragon Con this year, but will have to get back to you on this one.