Le Muse

Beyond The Library

 

"The Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons is known to be a place of research, reading, and writing.  However, I have discovered a lighter side to this scholarly environment.  While working in the Circulation Department for little over a decade, I’ve observed library life from a more humorous perspective.  Hence, I created the library cartoon: “Le Muse”.

After my night shift of checking in and out books, or juggling books in the library stacks, I try to draw for a couple of hours- unless distracted by Dublin the dachshund.  Fortunately, I am a night owl!  I especially love creating illustrated maps.  These maps are usually accompanied with a bit of regional trivia. Of course, the library is a valuable resource for all this information!  

An image Trish created for the Le Muse cartoon

I hope that these whimsical cartoons will provide a nice “study break” between finding that perfect journal article and finishing up the latest assignment."

Trish Wallis Stone
stonet@seattleu.edu
206.296.6232

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The Redhawk Has Landed

Le Muse comic number 1

A comic strip of the Tony Angell Redhawk sculpture

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Disclaimer:

The views and opinions expressed in the Le Muse comic strip are those of the artist and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons or Seattle University.