Political blogger Quigley featured at Hyannis gallery

Quigley's cartoon commentary on display at Guyer Barn
Blogger Joe Quigley's political cartoons are on display at the Guyer Barn in Hyannis.

The politically-inspired art of Joe Quigley of Dennis is now on display at the Guyer Barn in Hyannis.  Each morning on CapeCodToday.com, the unabashed liberal cartoonist/commentator draws the kudos of the left and the barbs of the right with his pointed views of the political world.

All month, Quigley's work including school banners, rally signs from the 70s and 80s and framed originals from his CapeCodToday.com blog will be on display.

In December, Quigley, a Massachusetts native who lived in Oklahoma for 18 years, was given the Angie Debo Award by the Oklahoma American Civil Liberties Union for his fight to protect the rights of gay and lesbian children in Oklahoma City schools.

On the local front, Quigley was appointed the Town of Dennis representative for the Barnstable County Human Rights Commission.

The Guyer Barn is part of HyArts, the Cultural District of Hyannis.  Quigley volunteers at the Barn hanging the works of other local artists.

The Guyer Barn is at 250 South Street in Hyannis.

See Joe's blog here.


(Banners from Joe's Oklahoma City days.)


(Banners from the '70s and '80s used at political events and teacher rallies)


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