Ryman Arts Sale to support young artists, give Disney history

Ryman Arts understands that this holiday season it is more important than ever to make every dollar count. Double the impact of your gifts by shopping the Ryman Arts online holiday sale at www.rymanarts.org , featuring original art by Disney legend Herbert Ryman and local artists, and Ryman art books autographed by Walt Disney Imagineering Ambassador Marty Sklar and Disney Legend Harrison “Buzz” Price. All proceeds benefit Ryman Arts’ acclaimed studio art programs for young artists. With each purchase you enhance your life with art while supporting the next generation of young artists

Among other unique gifts, the sale features the lavishly illustrated book, A Brush with Disney: An Artist’s Journey, on the life and art of Disneyland designer Herbert D. Ryman, which can be personally autographed for you by Ryman Arts President and Walt Disney Company International Ambassador Marty Sklar. Another special opportunity available for sale on the website is the book Ripley’s Legends Pioneers of the Amusement Park Industry autographed by Harrison “Buzz” Price and also available to be personalized by Marty Sklar.

Art by talented students and other local artists will also be available. Show your support for the arts and help continue the history of Disney legends with these meaningful gifts.

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One Response to Ryman Arts Sale to support young artists, give Disney history

  1. Thanks for sharing this with other Disney fans. We also just added a Herb Ryman lithograph– a piece he did of his own beloved Central California coast seaside property. Herb was a real friend to young artists and we at Ryman Arts are trying to keep his legacy alive with the next generation. Did any of you know him personally?

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