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Tag Archives: Art
If you find yourself at San Diego Comic-Con this year be sure to check out the amazing TRON Uprising art of artist Albeto Mielgo. He’ll be signing it with character designer Rob Valley. More beautiful TRON art on Mielgo’s blog.
An interview with The Walt Disney Family Museum’s director of collections, Michael Labrie, was recently published. It provides some interesting background to the museum and its growing collection. Says Labrie: “Diane just acquired this wonderful collection of small thumbnail paintings … Continue reading
Thomas Kinkade, a prolific painter known for his painting style that infused scenes with a romantic glowing light, had died from what appears to be natural causes at his home in California. He was 54. Kinkade claimed to be the … Continue reading
What happens when you plan a Star Wars art show to coincide with Star Wars Weekends at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and then they move the dates on you. Well, you keep the show going any way because the name “A … Continue reading