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Busy Week of Releases Ahead for Art of Disney

12 November 2010 No Comment

Over the next two weeks, fans of collectible Disney art will have several chances to add to their collection and, in some cases, have their purchases signed by the artists themselves.

Get ready for a new release and signing by Disney-inspired artists Kevin Kidney and Jody Dailey!  On Saturday, November 13, the popular artists will be on hand at The Disney Gallery on Main Street, U.S.A. to introduce and sign the newest release in the collection of vehicles that celebrate Disneyland’s 55th Anniversary.  This month’s release, Mine Train Thru Nature’s Wonderland, has an edition size of 200, and retails for $225.  There are a limited number of un-signed metal and resin sculptures available now, which can be purchased online by clicking on this link to DisneyNow.com.  The duo will be available to sign sculptures from 9:00 a.m. until 11 a.m.

On Tuesday, November 16, popular entertainer and doll designer Marie Osmond releases her Candlelight Keepsake Doll.  The beautiful blond doll, dressed in a choir robe and white satin stole, carries a candle and wears an adorable Mickey Mouse ear headband.  She calls to mind the wonderful tradition of the Candlelight Processional, which has been performed through the years at Disneyland and Walt Disney World.  The porcelain doll stands approximately nine inches high, and will retail for $44.95.  Available while supplies last, look for her online at DisneyNow.com beginning 8 a.m. Pacific Time on November 16.  The doll will also be available at select art and collectible locations at Disneyland Resort and at the American Adventure Pavilion in Epcot, in late November.  Limit two per guest, please.

On November 20 and 21, Disney Traditions artisan Jim Shore will be on hand to sign two of his newest sculptures, Minnie Mouse as a Tour Guide and Mickey Mouse as a Train Engineer.  The colorful resin sculptures, which resemble carved works, retail for $34.95 each, with a limit of two of each sculpture per guest.   There are a limited number of unsigned sculptures available for purchase at present.  To order, please follow this link to DisneyNow.com.

Photos courtesy of The Art of Disney.

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