Come one! Come all! Batty Malgoony, owner of the Mystic Carnivale, is in search of artists who can create and draw mystical performers, absurd characters and unbelievable creatures for his amazing and mysterious Carnivale. No experience necessary. A magical drawing escapade for ages 7 and up.
Children’s Book Author and Illustrator, K. Michael Crawford brings to you Batty Malgoony’s Mystic Carnivale- A Magical Drawing Escapade.
Batty Malgoony, owner of the Mystic Carnivale, is in search of artists who can create and draw absurd performers, wacky characters and beastly creatures for his amazing and mysterious Carnivale. The artist visits different parts of Batty’s Carnivale and is asked to fill in the uncompleted areas on each page to complete that part of the Carnivale. No drawing experience necessary. Just imagination required.
Batty Malgoony was born in Skull Valley, AZ and at a young age was thrust into the dazzling Carnivale life. One day, his parents told him that they were taking him to the dentist, but instead left him at the Traveling Waladaba Carnivale. He knew instantly that he found his place in life among the Carnies and Animals. After he learned all the ropes, so to speak, to running a Carnivale, Batty set out to create the world’s best Carnivale and his efforts earned him the prestigious Big Bertha Award. The word in the Carnivale world is that Batty could make an act out of Snugs if he wanted to have them perform. Batty’s Mystic Carnivale has performed for Royalty, Presidents and the most serious skeptics and left them cheering in the end. The Queen of England was so impressed that she knighted Batty on the spot. Batty is a member of the Harlequin Society and The Gaffers and Funambulist Club.
When not traveling with his Carnivale in the off-season, Batty kicks off his clown shoes and can be seen on his farm in Wicked Springs, WY. If you get an inkling, stop by and say hello to Batty. But be warned, you might wind up as one of his acts.
K. Michael Crawford, the creative force behind Batty, can be found most days stuck up on the tightrope trying to get down.
For more information and a sample page, go to http://www.happilyeverart.com/BattysinCarnivale.html