Not Quite Beyond The Pale

Mark Addison Kershaw

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“If you attend to Mark Addison Kershaw on Facebook, you will encounter a person of very little language, spoken or written, accompanied by a dog, enamored of a cat; someone who, even before the current plague, stuck pretty close to home. He comes armed with a pen (for drawing) and a camera (for preserving Georgia wildlife in situ), and infuses all he does and casts his eye upon with gentle (if sometimes a tad ribald) wit.”Elizabeth Boleman-Herring

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By Mark Addison Kershaw

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ATLANTA Georgia—(Weekly Hubris)—April 2020—Editor’s Note: If you attend to Mark Addison Kershaw on Facebook, you will encounter a person of very little language, spoken or written, accompanied by a dog, enamored of a cat; someone who, even before the current plague, stuck pretty close to home. He comes armed with a pen (for drawing) and a camera (for preserving Georgia wildlife in situ), and infuses all he does and casts his eye upon with gentle (if sometimes a tad ribald) wit. His cast of characters is familiar; his familiars are familiar. But he stands at an angle to the pale; to the world or situation or predicament as perceived by . . . the rest of us. Some of his visual prompts we have seen before, but his two guys stranded on a desert island are about to receive a visit from one of their mothers . . . sailing in, determinedly, bearing clean underwear. See what I mean? At an angle to, if not quite beyond, the pale.

Fix the mess in Washington.

Vase

Uncreative artist.

Walkway.

I'll get wet.

Underwear.

Mark Addison Kershaw

About Mark Addison Kershaw

Mark Addison Kershaw says his influences include James Thurber, Jean-Jacques Sempé, Charles Schultz, Berke Breathed, and several cartoonists from “The New Yorker.” Kershaw was born and brought up in Nebraska, spent college dabbling in philosophy and a few decades during/after in Minnesota, and now makes his home in Atlanta, Georgia, where he may be spotted walking his dog around the lake behind his home, taking photographs, and thinking cartoonish thoughts.
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