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John Stinger

Year of birth - 1937
Training - BFA/ School of Industrial Arts/ Commercial Art minor in studio painting USAF Technical Training.
First published in - Bowling News - national pub. Sent them one cartoon and they bought it while I was still in high school. Made more money from one cartoon than I did delivering newspapers for a week, my father framed the check and it was never cashed but it inspired me.
Year first published - 1953
Cartoons published in - 100's of newspapers and magazines worldwide, Stars and Stripes, Syndicated cartoon panel 'Big Business' appeared in 67 newspapers in US/Canda. Syndicated 'Collecting Classics' to major pubs serving the collectibles market/antique/vintage markets.
Exhibitions - Have exhibited my cartoons and paintings all over the USA. Too numerous to mention here but see web site:www.stingerfineart.com for a listing of some shows.
Awards - Top Military Cartoonist 2 years/ Depart of Defense Citation for Editorial Cartoon Excellence/ Full Art Scholarship (high school) to study commercial art and painting).
Specific expertise - Cartoon illustration/single panel gag cartoons/exhibiting landscape painter and teacher. Also part time teacher painting at local community college. Also write humor and all my cartoon material.
Professional projects - Just completed my second book. Working on another book about a puppy, and trying to publish a cartoon book about a departed pet friend.

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