Ohara Hale is a multi-disciplinary artist and an auto-didact . Born in Hollywood, Hale spent her youth in the Midwest, formative years in Los Angeles and other parts of the universe, and now lives in Montreal. She sings, writes, and performs music in Nancy Pants, Mori, Ohara, and Finel. She writes and illustrates children's books ("Pizza Doing Stuff" "L'arbre Brocoli," "Who Did It?") and comic books ("Moderne Luv," "Butts over Butts," "LOL Bananaz"). She has also worked as an animator, voiceover actor, graphic designer and art director. She is the founder of Du Good Societe, a non-profit that focuses on talent-based volunteer work within local community structures. Her most recent publication, "Who Did It?", a boxed set of five books about animals and insects farting ( ETC!), can be found in bookstores around the world including galleries and museums like the MOMA. Hale shares her studio with her dog, Banana, who looks like a pig and snorts like one too, which is great because Hale loves pigs as much as she loves dogs, so Banana serves as a two-in-one combopet. Hale loves all creatures (including spiders and snakes even!!!!!!).
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