“The Journey to Ukazoo” book signing has been rescheduled for Sat. Jan. 25, 1 to 3 pm at Highlandtown Gallery Baltimore MD.
Both artwork and the book, a unique and whimsical ArtStory book that contains 37 stories with companion full color images plus another 113 full color images. There is a sample book to view. Shown is an image from the book.
Artwork, stories, design and published by yours truly.
“Island of Spheres surrounded by Sea Serpents’” copyright Craig L Haupt
Book signing hosted by Gallery owner Felicia Zannino-Baker.
“The Journey to Ukazoo” book signing Sat. Jan. 18, 1 to 3pm at Highlandtown Gallery, Balto. MD.
Please stop in, at the very least, to say hi. Shown is the book’s second image of the Journey. This unique and whimsical ArtStory book contains over 150 full color images.
Artwork, written, designed and published by yours truly.
“At the Beach’ Out” copyright Craig L Haupt
“The Journey to Ukazoo” book signing Sat. Jan. 18, 1 to 3pm at Highlandtown Gallery, Balto. MD. Hosted by Gallery owner Felicia Zannino-Baker.
Please stop in to say hi. Shown is the book’s first image of the Journey.
“The Journey to Ukazoo” Book contains over 150 full color images plus 37 stories.
A Monday evening tidbit. “The Journey to Ukazoo” book has now found its home in 19 different States and two Canadian Provinces. As I wind down the mailings and hand deliveries for the Kickstarter portion I have still received additional orders from friends and followers of my art. I thank everyone that helped make publishing this book possible.
Concerning “The Journey to Ukazoo” book, there are a few more mailings to send out and several to be hand delivered. The mailings will be completed within the next couple of days.
I just received another book order via my website so I offer a reminder that books are still available and can still be shipped before the holiday season.
Books are available either at Highlandtown Gallery or my website, www.clhaupt.com – “TJTU book” tab.
Image: “Spaceburger” from Slide/story #15 in the book
U.S. and Canada shipping only
Copyright: Craig L Haupt #book#space#burger#planet#diner#website#rocket
“The Journey to Ukazoo” books has been published and are now in the process of being either hand delivered or mailed. Image shown is one of 5 photos used on the back cover of the book. This is my front-seat setup for long solo trips and yes those are cassettes, lol. Still have them and they work well for me on long drives.
The first book signing is scheduled for Saturday, Dec 7 from 1 to 4 at the Highlandtown Gallery, 248 S. Conkling St, Balto. MD 21224.
Anyone who has not ordered one please stop by to purchase a book and/or say hi.
Out of general area or State “The Journey to Ukazoo” book can still purchased on my website. http://www.clhaupt.com at the ‘TJTU book’ tab. Only available in the U.S. and Canada.
Copyright: Craig L Haupt
‘Ukazoo’ is a Trademark of Ukazoo Bookstore and used with permission.
‘Next stop – Liriodendron’ #2 of Images selected for my inclusion in the late August group exhibition at Liriodendron Mansion, Bel Air, MD
Image: “The Candy Store” oil on canvas.
Copyright Craig L Haupt
‘Next stop – Liriodendron’ Images selected for my inclusion in the late August group exhibition at Liriodendron Mansion, Bel Air, MD – August 25 to September 15, 2019
Image: “Boots” oil on board.
Copyright Craig L Haupt
If you ever wanted to be in a Story, in a scene of whimsical art, or just the acknowledgement section in a publication, this is your chance. ‘The Journey to Ukazoo’ Kickstarter ArtStory book project ends tomorrow (Wed April 3 at 3:00pm).
My thanks to some of the supporters of this unique ArtStory book: Debbie Z, Anne T. Heather R. Highlandtown Gallery
You have secured your place in this whimsical publication.
‘The Journey to Ukazoo’, a Kickstarter ArtStory project. Please visit my Kickstarter page and support the publication of this unique ArtStory project.
Included in The Journey to Ukazoo’ book are the 37 stories and images. Each story has its own unique whimsical flavor set to the image and location visited. The image shown is used for story ‘Slide 32’, ‘Broken Penny Farthing’ and the location of the story is Bar Harbor/Arcadia National Park, Maine.