“The Cow Ate My Homework” by Dennis Wunsch

“The Cow Ate My Homework” by Dennis Wunsch

Bothell City Hall Gallery exhibit to feature Wunsch

Bothell resident Dennis Wunsch used to be an illustrator for Hanna-Barbera.

  • Thursday, February 1, 2018 2:59pm
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The City of Bothell Arts & Festivals Commission invites the community to explore visual art at the new gallery exhibition at City Hall, 18415 101st Ave. N.E.

The exhibition features illustrator and Bothell resident Dennis Wunsch. His work will be on display beginning Monday, through April 20. The exhibition is free and open to the public during business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday).

Wunsch’s work has been featured in books, magazines and advertising around the world and is on display in private collections and galleries nationwide. He received his bachelor of fine art degree from Eastern Illinois University. Wunsch began his illustration career in the 1980s, drawing Scooby-Doo and Super Friends cartoons for Hanna-Barbera.

For more than two decades, he worked with advertising agencies in southern California. Since 2005, Wunsch, his wife Michelle and a small herd of rescued dogs and cats have lived in Bothell, where his office is also based.

The commission selected Wunsch and three other artists from more than 100 who applied to display their work in the Bothell City Hall Gallery.

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