Saturday, March 5, 2016

A Western Capitol Hill at 40 West Arts Gallery


Larry's cover for the novel A Western Capitol Hill appears within the exhibit "Characters of Colfax" at 40 West Arts Gallery through March 26, 2016.


Here's Larry attending the artist reception on 3/4/16:



All attendees were invited to leave a message or piece of art. Here's what Larry sketched in a few minutes:


A Polaroid photo of the artist and Gregory Daurer, author of A Western Capitol Hill, at the opening reception:



Saturday, February 20, 2016

Hector

Scans of the comic strip Hector, rendered by Harry Lyrico, courtesy of artist T. Motley:






Motley says the Harry Lyrico sci-fi strip directly above has been included within a PowerPoint presentation that Motley has show to classes and lectures at the School of Visual Arts in New York, and once at Columbia University.

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Demons from Pluto (Print)


"Demons from Pluto" appears in the January 2016 issue of the Denver arts magazine birdy.


 

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Ripples of Day and Night


"Ripples of Day and Night" appeared at the exhibit Black, White, and Metal at 40 West Arts Gallery from December 1, 2015 to December 31, 2015.


Artist Larry Hubbell (aka Harry Lyrico) at the opening on 12/3/15:



Friday, September 18, 2015

A Western Capitol Hill (eBook cover design)

Cover design for A Western Capitol Hill by Gregory Daurer (Owncoming Press, LLC, 2015)


Larry Hubbell and preliminary cover design.

Highlands Bridge/I-25, Denver (print)

"Highlands Bridge/I-25, Denver" appears in the February 2016 issue of the Denver arts magazine birdy.



So Long Long's Peak (wood block print, 2015)




Cover illustration for The Colorado Mountain Companion


The Colorado Mountain Companion by M. John Fayhee (The Pruett Series, WestWinds Press, 2012).


Five Artist Panel Plus One Critic (water media, 2015)



Lucky Dog MaxFund benefit (wood block print)




High School Funnies (Last Gasp comic book, 1973)





Wazee Union flyers for Studio Lyrico


(Check it out on ColfaxAvenue.com!)





Poster for the Denver Artists' Ball


Mannequin (print)


Thursday, September 17, 2015

Homeless In Hollywood


The strip "Homeless in Hollywood" appeared within the LA Weekly during the week of October 24, 2001.


Green Darner




Nocturne - Walnut St. Denver, CO (2015, water media)



Selected Strips From ICON



Icon: The Arts Alternative was a Denver cultural publication that existed from the late '80s through the early '90s. A cartoon strip by Harry Lyrico appeared within its pages at least 20 times.








Pallas Athena (pen and ink)



Variety Of Comics (illustration on wall at Mizel Center during comic-book art exhibit)



Variety of Comics was designed and painted on a wall at the Mizel Center by Harry Lyrico from actual comic book covers, as part of the No Joke comic book art exhibit in 2004.

Susy At The Helm (w/Susy Johnson)



White Boy Goes To Hell (mini-comic, 1983)



White Boy Goes To Hell by Harry Lyrico was reprinted in the following book from Fantagraphics:


The Comics Reporter (2/5/10):
"There's a comic called 'White Boy Goes To Hell' by a cartoonist named Harry Lyrico that has a couple of story effects that are genuinely touching..." 

Maple Tree Literary Supplement:
 "That said, there are some provocative pieces...Harry Lyrico’s 'White Boy Goes to Hell' updates Dante."