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Tag Archives: Art
Believe it or not, the above photo is a model done by Jaime Ibanez, a talented artist and sculptor living in the Philippines. But it could be a Disney theme park castle, perhaps in Shanghai. Here’s Ibanez working on a … Continue reading
After a number of years with Sharpie (loved those free markers) as the headline sponsor for the popular Festival of the Masters weekend, a new main sponsor is moving in. Michaels, North America’s largest arts and crafts specialty retailer, has … Continue reading
One event I look forward to every year is the Festival of Masters at Downtown Disney. This year the festival runs from November 11-13 and will feature a wide array of art in different mediums along with plenty of interactive … Continue reading
Thanks to artist Michael Regina for sending in a link to his four portraits of Disney Villains. I like this one of Gaston, but he’s also painted Scar, Ursula, and Jafar. I like how the paintings have an element of … Continue reading