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copr. 2019 Composition House


Follow Composition House's
career on social media
as they continue to barnstorm
the world of Comic Art and Fine Art -
with their recent inclusion in the
prestigious juried Book Art
exhibition at Vincennes University
in Fall, 2014!


David J. Bromley and Phillip Bowles are two of Central Virginia's most active comic artists. Debuting as editorial cartoonists in Chester, Virginia, they are now engaged in educational events at various regional libraries. A favorite with children, their work is perfect to help spread the love of literacy and artfulness working together.

Artists also appreciate the imaginative and colorful stylizations of this collaborative duo, who brought back to the fine arts gallery scene the popular Art in Shambles comic strip, now reconstituted as full scale acrylic paintings and posters.

Both graduates of Virginia Commonwealth University's famed art school, Bromley and Bowles enjoy meeting the public at Comicons and art exhibits. If you can't attend an event, follow them on their Wordpress blog or Facebook fan page!



"Cartoons With An Opinion"
Chester, Va. Public Library

U.S. Rep. Clyde Clydebagger

exhibit closed August 23, 2014

Special Thanks to
Chesterfield Times-Dispatch
for their article in the
July 23 - 24, 2014 issue!

Read our coverage in The Village News
July 9, 2014 edition

Get ready for Something New - AND BIG - in 2019!

David Bromley, webmaster



as seen on
Composition House on Virginia is for Lovers


Thanks to Chesterfield Monthly
for their article!

Read about us in
Style Weekly Magazine from March, 2014!

Greater Richmond
Convention Center
2016 News:

Artist Spotlight!
Composition House:
David J. Bromley and Phillip Bowles

"Composition House produces fine art quality, opinionated cartoons that are loved by both families and fellow artists in the Metropolitan Richmond area. David J. Bromley and
Phillip Bowles are a fantastic duo prepared to join the Art in the Center program at the Greater Richmond Convention Center this month."

Recently on view at the
Marshall St. & 3rd St. Entrance Display!

"You guys are unstoppable!
Now the convention center, next the Smithsonian!"

- Steve Rossie


Thanks to the Richmond Times-Dispatch
for their June 11, 2014 article!


Thanks to all of our Comicon fans!