Created on Thursday, 05 December 2013 Written by NATE SMITH
A two-week engagement spotlighting a long-running cartoon series published by Bellefontaine native Jeff Stahler commences today with a gallery unveiling in German Village in Columbus, where the artist resides.
The Moderately Confused panel is a collection of about 40 previously published comics hand-picked by Mr. Stahler, the syndicated cartoonist said.
“These are all published originals with a splashing of about seven or eight colored reproductions,” Mr. Stahler said of the art exhibit, which celebrates 10 years of publication for his cartoon series, Moderately Confused.
“I’m very honored to see the framed pieces hung in an exhibition hall,” he said, adding the exhibit is a nice cross-section of what Moderately Confused represents.
“I think we’re all a little moderately confused about some issues,” the cartoonist said. “Moderately Confused captures those cross-generational experiences and gaps in areas like technology.
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