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“Realms Of Fantasy” Now Open In The Disney Gallery

Dec 14, 2012 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disneyland

To our surprise, a new exhibit called Realms of Fantasy opened up today in The Disney Gallery on Main Street and I have a photo report of all the new art inside.

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The new exhibit features art from Fantasylands around the globe 














I like how this sign looks like an attraction warning sign from Fantasyland 

















Artwork from New Fantasyland 




























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Fantasyland Inspired Art – Product Release & Signing

Oct 31, 2012 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disneyland

Immerse yourself in the magic of Fantasyland with new artwork from Disney Parks created by Walt Disney Imagineers, Brian Crosby, Jim Crouch and Jeremy Fulton, along with Disney inspired artists, Steve Adams, Jody Daily, Jeff Granito, Katie Kelly, Maggie Parr, Jimmy Pickering, George Scribner, Darren Wilson and Yakovetic.   Artwork will be available in a various formats, including original art, limited edition giclee and deluxe print.  Prices vary.

On November 10th from 9:00 am to 11:00 am at The Disney Gallery on Main Street, U.S.A. at Disneyland park, meet the following Walt Disney Imagineers, Brian Crosby, Jim Crouch and Jeremy Fulton and Disney inspired artists, Steve Adams, Jody Daily, Jeff Granito and George Scribner.

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Conner Purzycki’s 7/7/12 DLR Photo Report

Jul 9, 2012 by     3 Comments    Posted under: Disney California Adventure, Disneyland

I was a the Disneyland Resort few days ago and captured some newsworthy items including the new Disney Gallery exhibit. On to the photos…

When I walked by Luigi’s Flying Tires, the ride was down but cast members set up a little play area with the chains in front of the ride and had some of the balls from the attraction for kids to throw around. AWESOME!!!!

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In Pacific Wharf Cafe, they now how Lighting McQueen bread to go with the Mater bread… Want.

Over in Disneyland, the new exhibit Crowing Achievements has opened in the Disney Gallery

The exhibit’s theme is Disney castles

Artist David Avanzino doing a signing in the gallery

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Over in Innoventions, because you enter through the top floor now, the pre-show with Tom Morrow is turned off. So I wanted to see if he was still here.

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Yup. Tom Morrow is still behind the curtain. It’s a real shame because he is a fantastic animatronic.

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“Crowning Achievements” Exhibit Coming To The Disney Gallery

Jun 4, 2012 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disneyland

presents

Crowning Acheivements
Creating Castles for Magical Kingdoms

Opening Saturday, June 30, 2012

As evidenced in Walt Disney’s classic feature films, every great story begins with a call to adventure, an invitation to embark on a momentous journey that can take you away from an old world of familiarity and thrust you into a new world of excitement.  For most Disney Theme Parks, Castles have taken on the role of trumpeting that call.  Walt built Sleeping Beauty Castle, here in Disneyland, to serve as an iconic source of inspiration, meant to enchant Guests into continuing onward, beyond the lively, small-town comfort of Main Street, U.S.A., toward wondrous gateways leading to imaginative new frontiers.  Every other Disney Castle, from Florida to Hong Kong, successfully followed in their predecessor’s regal footsteps.

Just as Walt encouraged audiences to wish upon a star, the crowning achievements of the Disney Kingdoms have become towering symbols of a dream come true, compelling Guests around the world to  follow their own dreams, both inside and outside the Parks.  Now, The Disney Gallery lowers its drawbridges to this royal retrospective on the art of the Disney Castles so you can discover the inspiration and charm that helped bring these fantastic icons to life.

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Product Release & Artist Signing
Saturday, June 30, 2012
9am – 11am
The Disney Gallery, Disneyland® park

Sure to be the crown jewel of The Disney Gallery, this exhibit explores the world of Disney and the many ‘crowning achievements’ over the years from artists who have created Castles for magical kingdoms worldwide. Join us as we celebrate the opening of this new exhibit along with some of our talented Walt Disney Imagineers and Disney inspired artists who were commissioned to create art inspired by these majestic castles.

Meet Artists Scott Brinegar, Brian Crosby, Dick Duerstein, Elisabete Gomes, Amanda Harvie, Larry Nikolai, Noah, George Scribner, Shady Grove Mosaics (Kelly and Victor Cabatuan), Stephanie Taylor, John Wind and Yakovetic from 9:00 am to 11:00 am on June 30, 2012 at The Disney Gallery.

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Jeff Granito

~ Not Appearing ~

DISNEYLAND
SLEEPING BEAUTY CASTLE

Framed Giclee on Canvas
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $395

 

Deluxe Print – $39.95

MAGIC KINGDOM
CINDERELLA CASTLE

Framed Giclee on Canvas
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $395

 

Deluxe Print – $39.95

 

Additional Castle inspired merchandise featuring the art of Jeff Granito will be available on the day of release, including ladies sublimation tees, a pillow, vase, plate set, mugs, postcard set and scarf.  Please continue to watch for future signing opportunities with Jeff.

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Rosemary Begley

~ Not Appearing ~

SPLENDOR

Original – $1,000

Framed Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $360

Deluxe Print – $39.95

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Scott Brinegar and Amanda Harvie

SLEEPING BEAUTY GOLD

Framed Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $495

Deluxe Print – $39.95

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NORTH FACE

Framed Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $360

Deluxe Print – $39.95

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Brian Crosby

MALEFICENT CASTLE AT FORBIDDEN MOUNTAIN

Original – $1,800

Framed Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $350

Deluxe Print - $39.95

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Dick Duerrstein

~ Image will be Available Shortly ~


THE MAGICAL KINGDOM

Original – $2,000

 

Framed Giclee on Paper
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $395

Deluxe Print – $39.95

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~ Image will be Available Shortly ~

DREAM CASTLE

Original – $2,000

 

Framed Giclee on Paper
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $395

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Elisabete Gomes

SLEEPING BEAUTY CASTLE

Framed Tile
Edition Size: 25
Retail: $975

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John Wind for Maximal Art

CASTLE JEWELRY COLLECTION

Necklace – $85
Bracelet – $75
Filligree Cuff � $75
Charm Necklace � $125
Heart Earrings � $38
Discbow Earrings -45

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Larry Nikolai

CINDERELLA’S DREAM CASTLE

Original – $5,400

Framed Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $350

Deluxe Print – $39.95

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Noah

WHILE EVERYONE SLEEPS

Original – $7,500

Framed Giclee
Edition Size: 95
$650
 

Deluxe Print - $39.95

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Randy Noble

~ Not Appearing ~

DISNEYLAND® CASTLE

Original - $2,400

Framed Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $360

Deluxe Print – $39.95

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OUR WORLD CASTLE

Original - $800

Framed Giclee On Paper
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $390

Deluxe Print - $39.95

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George Scribner

CINDERELLA BLUES

Original – $4,500

Framed Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $350

Deluxe Print – $39.95

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ON TO FANTASYLAND

Original - $4,500

Framed Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $350

Deluxe Print – $39.95

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Shady Grove Mosaics
(Victor and Kelly Cabatuan)

~ JEWELED MOSAIC CASTLES ~

Walt Disney World® Castle Mosaic
Edition Size: 50
Retail: $1,400

Disneyland® Castle Mosaic
Edition Size: 50
Retail: $1,400

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Stephanie Taylor

FANTASY FRENZY

Original – $2,200

Framed Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $350

Deluxe Print
Retail: $39.95

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REFLECTIONS

Original - $2,200

Framed Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $350

Deluxe Print - $39.95

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Yakovetic

SNOW WHITE CASTLE

Original – $2,500

Framed Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $350

Deluxe Print
Retail: $39.95

“A Grand Circle Tour of the Trains of Disney” Coming To The Disney Gallery

Nov 1, 2011 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disneyland

From the Art of Disney Website:


Coming November 12, 2011!

 

will present

All Aboard . . .
A Grand Circle Tour of the Trains of Disney

On the very first episode of the Disneyland® television series, aired October 27, 1954, Walt Disney proclaimed that “I only hope that we never lose sight of one thing, that it was all started by a mouse.” However, an argument could be made that Disneyland® may have been started by a train. Walt’s fascination with trains began when he was a small boy growing up in Marceline, Missouri, in the early 1900s. At one time he actually worked on a railroad, selling fruit, drinks and newspapers to passengers when he was 15. His fascination with trains was rekindled in the 1940s, thanks to a number of Studio employees who were also railroad enthusiasts. This passion culminated in the construction of a 1/8-scale “live steamer” at his home in Holmby Hills. When Walt Disney started to plan Disneyland in the early 1950s, it was clear  from the start that trains would play an important part in his creative vision – and trains have continued to be a focal point at Disney parks worldwide.

Now arriving at The Disney Gallery is a Disney railroad retrospective, so all aboard for All Aboard, showcasing the artwork and inspiration for Disney railroads, trains and train attractions throughout the years.

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We’ve Been Working On Walt’s Railroads
Fresh Perspectives on the Grand Circle Tour

Walt Disney was never alone in his enthusiasm for trains. In fact, his fascination with rolling stock was shared by a number of his studio employees, most notably Ward Kimball and Ollie Johnston, two of his “Nine Old Men” in animation, and Roger Broggie, a machinist who would later go on to become a vice president at WED Enterprises (now Walt Disney Imagineering). These kindred spirits encouraged Walt to pursue his passion. In the same way, Walt has inspired generations of people to develop an interest in trains, primarily through the ones found in Disney parks (which may be the first time some people have ever ridden on a railroad).

Among those inspired by Walt are 11 artists who have created personal, distinctive pieces of art that reflect their reverence for both Walt and his railroads. These works capture fond memories of travels on Disney’s trains and provide new and interesting takes on those experiences.

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Exhibit Opening & Signing

On Saturday, November 12, 2011, join us for the exciting opening of this new exhibit along with a special artist signing from 9am to 11am with Steve Adams, Jeremy Fulton, Jeff Granito, Larry Nikolai, Noah, Olszewski, Maggie Parr and Yakovetic.

Limit TWO (2) items signed per Artist, per Guest.  We ask that you bring no personal items to be signed.  Event and information are subject to cancellation or change without notice including but not limited to dates, times, artwork, release dates, and retail prices.  Merchandise for signing must be purchased on the event day at the event location.  Valid Disneyland® Resort receipt may be required.  Paid admission is required to enter Disney theme parks.

Steve Adams

DINOSAURS

Original
Retail: $1,500
Dimensions: 27″ x 21″

Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $350
Dimensions: 20″ x 29″

Deluxe Print
Retail: $35

 

STEAM TRAIN AND MARK TWAIN RIVERBOAT

Original
Retail: $1,500
Dimensions: 27″ x 21″

Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $350
Dimensions: 18″ x 30″


Deluxe Print

Retail: $35

 

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Dave Avanzino
~ Not Appearing ~

Framed Disneyland® Railroad Letters Shadowbox
Open Edition
Retail: $149.95

Framed Lilly Belle Shadowbox
Edition Size: 25
Retail: $850

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Larry Dotson
~ Not Appearing ~

WALTER E. DISNEY

Giclee
Edition Size: 250
Retail: $540

Print
Retail: $45

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Jeremy Fulton

DISNEYLAND RAILROAD

Original
Retail: $3,000
Dimensions: 44″ x 23″

Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $375
Dimensions: 36″ x 19″

Deluxe Print
Retail: $35

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Alex Maher
~ Not Appearing ~

WALT’S MINIATURE BACKYARD RAILROAD

Original
Retail: $4,000
Dimensions: 22″ x 28″

Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $360
Dimensions: 16″ x 20″

Deluxe Print
Retail: $35

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Larry Nikolai

CASEY JR. – WHISTLE STOP IN STORYBOOK LAND

Original
Retail: $4,500
Dimensions: 16″ x 20″

Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $350
Dimensions: 22″ x 26″

Deluxe Print
Retail: $35

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Noah

WALT IN TRAIN

Original
Retail: $7,500
Dimensions: 24″ x 36″

Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $650
Dimensions: 20″ x 30″

Deluxe Print
Retail: $35

THE LITTLE ENGIN”EAR”

Original
Retail: $6,500
Dimensions: 20″ x 30″

Gallery Wrapped Canvas
Edition Size: 295
Retail: $295
Dimensions: 16″ x 24″

Deluxe Print
Retail: $35

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Randy Noble
~ Not Appearing ~

GOOFY RIDES THE RAILS

Original
Retail: $2,100
Dimensions: 18″ x 24″

Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $400
Dimensions: 20″ x 15″

Deluxe Print
Retail: $35

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Robert Olszewski

Gallery of Light
Disneyland® Train Station
Retail: $95

Gallery of Light
Walt Disney World® Train Station
Retail: $95

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Maggie Parr

HEADING WEST

Original
Retail: $5,000
Dimensions: 30″ x 36″

Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $795
Dimensions: 24″ x 36″

Deluxe Print
Retail: $35

RIGHT ON TIME

Original
Retail: $4,500
Dimensions: 30″ x 36″

Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $795
Dimensions: 24″ x 36″

Deluxe Print
Retail: $35

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George Scribner
~ Not Appearing ~

LIKE CLOCKWORK

Original
Retail: $3,500
Dimensions: 18″ x 24″

Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $350
Dimensions: 24″ x 26″

Deluxe Print
Retail: $35

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Yakovetic

ALL ABOARD

Original
Retail: $4,500
Dimensions: 13″ x 16″

Giclee
Edition Size: 95
Retail: $350
Dimensions: 22″ x 26″

Deluxe Print
Retail: $35

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Attraction Posters on Wood Panels

Disneyland® Railroad
Retail: $124.95
Dimensions: 18″ x 24″
(Art Concept Shown)

Walt Disney World® Railroad
Retail: $124.95
Dimensions: 18″ x 24″

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Ward Kimball Train “G Scale”
Retail: $500

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Disneyland® Railroad Boxed Commemorative Coin Set
24kt Gold Plated
Retail: $175

Walt Disney World® Railroad Boxed Commemorative Coin Set
24kt Gold Plated
Retail: $175

Conner Purzycki’s 8/14/11 Mini DLR Photo Report

Aug 15, 2011 by     1 Comment     Posted under: Disney California Adventure, Disneyland

I was at The Disneyland Resort yesterday and was able to grab some quick newsworthy photos from around the resort.

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The Bank of Main Street window that used to house the Disney Rewards Information Kiosk has been removed from the building

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New Disney Gallery Exhibit Featuring the Art of Mary Blair

Apr 20, 2011 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disneyland

From the Disney Parks Blog:

In 1964, Walt Disney introduced a concept for a new attraction at the New York World’s Fair that would celebrate children around the world. More than four decades later, “it’s a small world” continues to be one of the most beloved Disney Parks attractions of all time.

'it's a small world' at Disneyland Park

Even more than the famous song that you can’t seem to get out of your head, one thing that sticks with me from “it’s a small world” is the art that takes you on a journey around the world. Artist Mary Blair is among those who played an integral part in the development of this classic attraction. Her artwork remains to this day, an inspiration to our Disney artists and Disney fans. Her designs have captured the hearts of many and can be seen throughout each “it’s a small world” attraction at Disney Parks worldwide.

Until today, there has never been an opportunity to showcase the collection that inspired it all. But thanks to Kim Irvine, Dave Golbeck and team, The Disney Gallery will unveil a brand new exhibit May 13 to celebrate the art of Mary Blair and 45 years of this classic Disney attraction.

The other day I had the unique opportunity to get a quick peek of what you’ll see when the exhibit debuts. Here are a few of the images

Celebrating the Art of Mary Blair at The Disney Gallery

Celebrating the Art of Mary Blair at The Disney Gallery

I hope you enjoyed this inside look. As I find out more, I’ll be sure to let you know.

Jamie Nakagiri’s 2/4/11 – 2/6/11 DLR Photo Report

Feb 12, 2011 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disney California Adventure, Disneyland

DLNT Podcaster Jamie Nakagiri was also at the Disneyland Resort last weekend to host Hangin’ 10 and captured some newsworthy photos to share.

First stop, The new Disney Gallery Exhibit

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New Nautical Themed Exhibit Coming to The Disney Gallery

Jan 11, 2011 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disneyland

From the Disney Parks Blog:

Preparations continue for the arrival of the Disney Wonder to its new home in the Port of Los Angeles, as well as the inaugural voyage of the newest ship in Disney’s fleet, the Disney Dream in Port Canaveral, Florida. In the coming weeks, The Disney Gallery will pay tribute to all the ships on land and at sea, including some of those near and dear to our hearts at our very own Disney Parks.

Explore Castaway Cay Aboard the Disney Dream

This new exhibit, titled “Magic on the Water – The Art of The Happiest Fleet on Earth” will highlight nearly 60 years of nautical designs by Walt Disney Imagineers, from the smallest Storybook Land canal boat to the newest modern classic for the Disney Cruise Line, the Disney Dream.

From submarines and sailing ships to jungle launches and pirate bateau, water and watercraft have always played a key role in the design of Disney Parks. Through the years, the Disney maritime fleet has taken guests through uncharted jungles, under the polar ice caps, across lagoons to the Magic Kingdom and a World Showcase at Epcot, to a storybook land of enchanted fairytales and around the world on the happiest cruise to ever sail the seven seas.

“This particular exhibit is different from any other because it displays concept art from all our theme parks around the world. Tokyo DisneySea, Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Paris, all join Disneyland Resort art to form a display of various types of interesting watercraft, Disney style” says Walt Disney Imagineering Director, Concept and Show Design, Kim Irvine.

'Ariel,' by Larry Nikolai

'Pirates Dream,' by G. Scribner

Also in store for you as we launch this new exhibit will be Disney Cruise Line-inspired original art, giclees and deluxe prints by notable Walt Disney Imagineers, Disney Design Group and Disney-inspired artists including Jeremy Fulton, Greg McCullough, Larry Nikolai, Noah, Randy Noble, George Scribner, Mark Seppala, SHAG, and Darren Wilson.

Special Tip: On Saturday, Jan. 29, Jody Daily, Jeremy Fulton, Kevin Kidney, Larry Nikolai, Noah and George Scribner will be on hand for a special appearance and signing from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at The Disney Gallery. For details visit www.ArtofDisneyParks.com.

So set sail with us on a retrospective voyage of memories – and prepare for an ocean of new ones.

Conner Purzycki's 5/23/10-5/24/10 DLR Photo Report

I took a trip to Disneyland last Sunday and have a Plethora of photos to share with you including pictures of Cars land, Silly Symphony Swings, The Disney Gallery and much more…

Starting off at the Parking Structure, looks like all trams have doors now

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