Randy Bish has been drawing editorial cartoons at the Tribune-Review since 1985.
He produces six political cartoons each week as well as illustrations.
Randy got an early start at drawing. As a child, he drew until he ran out of paper. When the paper supply was gone, he turned to drawing on the wall of his parent's living room. (until his mother caught him)
Randy's cartoons have been syndicated by the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association for over 20 years. They have also been syndicated by United Media. His artwork has been recognized by the Golden Quill Awards.
His cartoons appear on the editorial pages of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and the Tribune-Review. They have also appeared in the Orlando Sentinel , the 21st Century Business Herald in China and Reakja in Poland.
His drawings have been published annually in the book BEST EDITORIAL CARTOONS OF THE YEAR (used for the cover design,1998)
Randy's cartoons appear in ATTACK OF THE POLITICAL CARTOONISTS and THE BEST POLITICAL CARTOONS OF THE YEAR 2005.
They have also been featured on Good Morning America, Fox News, C-Span and CNN Headline News. His editorial cartoons have been the subject of several gallery exhibits across the country. They have been a part of two exhibits at the Charles Schulz Museum in California. In 1999, one of his cartoons was briefly censored by America Online. On Super Tuesday, when the presidential election should have been at the top of the news, the controversy stirred by his cartoon was the lead story on the local evening television news.
In 2002, Randy was a winner in the Iranian International Cartoon Contest.
He is the proud father of five wonderful children.
And he has already caught them drawing on the walls.