The Art of John Crowther
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  John Crowther has juggled multiple careers as artist, writer, director, actor and teacher his entire life. His work as a cartoonist has appeared in MAD magazine as well as being a regular feature of various Internet websites. His cartoon collections, Out Of Order, Face Off, and Harley and Bear Going Nowhere Half-Fast are now available. He is also the illustrator of the children's book How the Waif Bunny Saved the Boy. More recently John did the illustrations for The Man In the Red Bandanna, a book for children about his nephew Welles a hero of 9/11, written by Welles' sister Honor Crowther Fagan. John made his Broadway acting debut in 1962 in Something About a Soldier starring Sal Mineo, and was seen frequently in films and TV before turning to directing and screenwriting. In recent years he appeared off-Broadway in the one-man play Einstein: A Stage Portrait and has toured the country as Frank Lloyd Wright in his one-man play Meet Mr. Wright. His paintings are in numerous collections in the U.S. and in Europe. John is a member of the Portrait Society of America.

Away from the arts, John has long been an avid student and reader of
Tarot. He is also passionately involved in coaching lacrosse at the youth and high school level in Los Angeles.

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