WonderCon 2011

Wilson and I got a table in Artist’s Alley again this year. He came with me for about 3 hours on Saturday, and loved all the attention. He actually enjoyed himself, and was smiling most of the afternoon before he became a little overwhelmed. I had Joey take him home then, and stayed for another couple of hours. I’d like to thank everyone for their generous donations to the Trust, and all the good-spirited conversations. We hope to return next year. All the best, Lorraine

Wilson enjoying himself at WonderCon 2011

Wilson & Lorraine Chamberlain at WonderCon 2011

Typical mugging by Wilson

Wilson at Last Gasp show

Drawings in Last Gasp show at 111 Minna. Top by Spain, 3 small ones by S Clay Wilson

3 Responses to “WonderCon 2011”

  1. Kristopher Stott Says:

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  2. Bob Culver Says:

    I was a friend of Stewart Hitch’s and was in NY in 69 – 72 with him. Stewart always loved the packages from S.Clay drawings, letters etc. I was fortunate to be around when some of them came. I remember S.Clay sending Stewart a 3- 4 foot square of blank paper and challenging him to draw stars in a certain amount of time to beat S.C.’s number. Crazy day drawing stars. Jeanelle Meyers was also there at that time and lives in Sag Harbor. Tell Steve hi and thanks for the memories.

  3. Wesley Stephen Reynolds Says:

    Wesley Stephen Reynolds Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    August 25th, 2012 at 4:56 am
    S.Clay Wilson, I’m in hopes this finds you well. I would like to thank you for your inspiration. I too purchased a stack of underground comix as a youngster (14 yrs old) in a head shop in Old Town section of Chicago. I’ve spent endless hours drawing with pen and ink. I had dreams of being an illustrator. I wish there was a happy ending to that story but there is not. I still have that stack of 25 cent comix, dog eared an yellowed. I still make reference to Star Eyed Stella, Checkered Demon, and Captain Piss Gums. Get Well my friend I’ve never met. I love the picture of you with my other heros Crumb, Spain, and Paul Mavrides. Your Truly Wes Reynolds

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