About-Contact

Bridgett Spicer: Silly Portland, Oregon artist/cartoonist, penner of comic strips Squid Row, (ran 4 years-The Monterey County Herald)… and Randie and Ryan . Both comics appear online and follow the life of a starving artist (Randie) who’s just trying to get by in a touristy seaside community…. with her stuffed pal, Harold and her bestie, Ryan. Together, they tackle relationships, travel, and striving for success… as well as feeding voracious coffee addictions.

Enjoys coffee, painting, sketch booking, petting cats, & tiki bars.

Contact me via email: brig@squidrowcomics.com

8 thoughts on “About-Contact”

  1. I enjoy your cartoon. I live in Marina, CA and was trying to figure out if you were from the area (my guess is Santa Cruz). I read your cartoon in the Monterey Herald. I would love the thought of “local girl makes good.” Keep it going.

  2. Hi Bridgett! It was a pleasure to meet you and all your friends last night! I’m so glad I “accidently” (there are no accidents!) met up with Greg downtown and he steered me to your studio.(Great space, by the way!!!)I really enjoyed the conversations and camaraderie – good stuff! I’d love to follow up with you on the possibility of putting together a creative forum/group – with the idea of offering social opportunities and creative/development encouragement. Let me know what you think! I look forward to our next encounter. Until then – Best of every moment! – Dean

  3. Hello Bridgett

    I just wanted to say that I Enjoy your humorist cartoon sketch’s for they really brighten day, Keep on cartooning the silly way and making the world thus more a better place to be.

    Sincerely Mikhail

  4. Did you just recently do a three-weekend sketch workshop at Monterey Museum of Art? If ‘yes’, a friend said it was great and your were fabulous! Will you do another? If so … when?

    Thanks.

  5. Hello… And, yes… I am that person. I will be doing more workshops in the spring. If you would like to sign up for my email newsletter (on the lefthand sidebar), you can get updates! And, yay! I’m glad that the workshop was enjoyed!

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