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Emerging Artist Showcase featuring Gemma Correll

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The Cartoon Art Museum presents the art of Gemma Correll in the latest installment of its ongoing Emerging Artist Showcase. This exhibit features a selection of Correll's favorite cartoons, including material from The Worrier's Guide to Life and TheNib.com.

Originally from rainy East Anglia, England, writer, artist, and cartoonist Gemma Correll currently resides in Orange, California with her trusty pug sidekicks, Mr Pickles and Zander.

Gemma's published works include The Worrier's Guide to Life and A Pug's Guide to Etiquette, as well as her award-winning eponymous series of quirky, humorous greeting cards and gift products which are sold all over the world and displayed in pride of place on her Grandmother's mantelpiece. Gemma's comics appear at TheNib.com, The Lily and on GoComics. She has also collaborated with charities including Mental Health America and the Red Cross. Gemma's influences include Lynda Barry, Matt Groening and Mimi Pond as well as old Disney cartoons, folk art and the sense of purpose that comes from drinking a lot of coffee.
The Cartoon Art Museum presents the art of Gemma Correll in the latest installment of its ongoing Emerging Artist Showcase. This exhibit features a selection of Correll's favorite cartoons, including material from The Worrier's Guide to Life and TheNib.com.

Originally from rainy East Anglia, England, writer, artist, and cartoonist Gemma Correll currently resides in Orange, California with her trusty pug sidekicks, Mr Pickles and Zander.

Gemma's published works include The Worrier's Guide to Life and A Pug's Guide to Etiquette, as well as her award-winning eponymous series of quirky, humorous greeting cards and gift products which are sold all over the world and displayed in pride of place on her Grandmother's mantelpiece. Gemma's comics appear at TheNib.com, The Lily and on GoComics. She has also collaborated with charities including Mental Health America and the Red Cross. Gemma's influences include Lynda Barry, Matt Groening and Mimi Pond as well as old Disney cartoons, folk art and the sense of purpose that comes from drinking a lot of coffee.
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