Saturday, October 28, 2006

The Museum of American Illustration To Display The Cat Who Wouldn't Come Inside.

The Museum of American Illustration and The Society of Illustrators have chosen The Cat Who Wouldn't Come Inside 3-d dollhouse set to appear in their juried Third Biennial Dimensional Salon exhibit and catalog. In addition to this exhibit, von Buhler will be displaying some of the cat sculptures in their Member's Gallery. The mission of the Society is to promote the art and appreciation of illustration, as well as its history and evolving nature, and to encourage high ideals through exhibitions, lectures, education, and by fostering a sense of community and open discussion. The Museum of American Illustration at the Society of Illustrators maintains a large collection of original illustrations. Amassed over several decades, the collection is comprised of well over two thousand works by many of the biggest names in the field of Illustration. These works are on display throughout the public and member spaces in the Society’s circa 1853 carriage house on East 63rd Street. See the Cat Book Tour blog page for more information on this and all exhibits and signings.