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How’s Juno? (aka, She’s Causing Trouble): Drover ’19 at Boston MFA

Last month I posted a blog about the comic adventures of my dog, Juno. Last week I followed up with another post about the card art featuring my doggie friends. Here’s another comic featuring the excitement she’s causing while I’ve been away, and a new card of particular sentimental value to me.

(True Story)

03/11/17 “Home Free”

The flowers in “Home Free” are Alaskan fireweed, and the rolling hills and valleys resemble my childhood home.

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Mallory Drover grew up in Talkeetna, Alaska, a village with a population of about 900 and a cat named Stubbs for mayor. As a teenager Mallory moved to the halibut fishing capitol of the world, Homer, Alaska. Mallory attended the Kenai Peninsula College in Homer, where she served a term as the Student Association president. While going to college in Alaska, Mallory worked for three years as a care provider for individuals with developmental disabilities, and volunteered in the summers for the local fire department as an EMT-1. Mallory has always had a passion for art and out-of-the-box creativity. She has worked in a number of art galleries in Alaska over the years, including Ptarmigan Arts and Brown Bear Products in Homer. Mallory transferred to Antioch College in fall of 2015, where she joined her little sister. Mallory and her sister, Tabitha live off campus in a house together with one other Antiochian, three dogs, and two cats. She likes to refer to her life as "one big wacky sitcom."

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