15 Minutes of Tara Siebel
Rev things up with moCa every Wednesday with our new live series, 15 minutes of … Each week a local artist will create a work of art in only 15 minutes. We'll post an image of their efforts; then for a chance to make it your own, let us know what you love about the art in a comment to be entered into a raffle. We'll mail the art to the lucky winner once the museum reopens. And it's all FREE.
Tara's editorial illustrations and cartoons have been published in the New York Times, LA Times, USA Today, Austin Chronicle, Chicago NewCity, Cleveland Scene, SMITH Magazine, HEEB, US Catholic, Jewish Review, The Funny Times, and the Paris Review. Best known for co-collaborating with Harvey Pekar. Her most recent work has been published in "Long Story Short : Turning Famous Books into Cartoons" to be published summer of 2020. She illustrated Oscar Wilde's A Nightingale & a Rose for The Graphic Canon of Children's Literature. Also, for Seven Stories Press, In volumes two and three, she adapted classic literary works ; The Great Gatsby, Freud’s Interpretation of Dreams, Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables and biographies of the Beat Generation. Tara illustrated a series of art festival posters for Cleveland's historic Little Italy. She lives with her family in Pepper Pike, Ohio. More at taraseibelart.com.
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