Marc Davis Art on Exhibit

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It’s hard to express how talented an artist Marc Davis, one of Walt’s Nine Old Men, was. You’ve no doubt seen his animation (Aurora, Maleficient, and Tinkerbell to name a few) and his concept art (Pirates, Country Bears, and Haunted Mansion are just the beginning), but you don’t really understand until you’ve seen his non-Disney drawings and paintings.

Beginning this Friday is your chance to be amazed. Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale is presenting The Art of Marc Davis. For a little more background, Alice Davis talks about the exhibit in the Glendale Press.

The art show runs from May 8th through July 26th, 10:00am–5:00pm everyday except Mondays when the museum is closed. For more information, check the Forest Lawn website.

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2 Responses to Marc Davis Art on Exhibit

  1. SoCal Peeps: Have you heard about the Marc Davis Art Exhibit? http://is.gd/xbk2 – There’s more to this Nine Old Men artist than just Disney.

  2. Ares says:

    I’ve been a HUGE fan of Marc Davis’ for some time, now. I think his visions were more penetrating than his artwork, but his expressions were direct and effective. Thanks for the info on this priceless artist.

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