Sunday, Nov 28, 2010
by Margie Trundleberry
FROM THE DOOLEY HOUSEHOLD
“My Dad was always drawing. Even when he wasn’t working. He would draw at the dinner table or waiting in line at the Post Office. The only time he wasn’t drawing, actually, was when us kids were drawing. He loved sitting down with us when we had the coloring books and crayons and big pieces of butcher paper out. But he rarely drew with us then. He just kind of sat staring at us… marveling at what we produced. He always said that drawings by kids were so much better designed and more free. Of course, we just thought he was crazy.”
Lance Dooley, son of Clarence ‘Otis’ Dooley
This giclée of the 1986 Roger Believe cover of Ungrateful Memory (Memoria Ingrata) is part...