I got the go ahead to show off my latest paintings for the new Pop Fusion Exhibit at WonderGround Gallery. So here they are!
First up, is "S.W.A.K" (acrylic on cradled wood panel, 18" x 12" x 2") I know, it's not what you're used to seeing from me, but I do have soft, squishy side and when I think of Mickey and Minnie I can't help but show it a bit.
Next is "Oh, Mr. Rabbit" (acrylic on 16" round maple panel):
I had a blast working this one. "Alice in Wonderland" is not only one of my top Disney films, but one of my favorite Disney rides. In fact, the idea for this piece came to me while standing in line for the ride. I thought it would be wonderful to see the White Rabbit in his pink home, relaxed and cozy in his favorite rocking chair.
And last but not least is "Alelo" (acrylic on cradled maple panel, 18" x 14" x 1.5"):
While researching some Hawaiian phrases for my last Stitch piece I saw that alelo meant tongue. Instantly an image of Stitch with his tongue sticking out came to mind. I sketched him up on a post-it note and sent it along to WonderGround as a little joke. They couldn't stop laughing and well, here's what I get for making jokes!
People have been inquiring if they can purchase prints or merchandise without going to the gallery and the answer is: Yes! You can call 714-300-7004 – that is WonderGround's sister shop Vault 28 - and place an order over the phone.
Once again, I'm humbled by all this and get a knot in my throat when I think about it. And no - I'm not crying again, I just have something in my eye.
Come visit me on July 13th at Downtown Disney where I'll be signing and doodling for everyone that stops by.