An Interview with Disney Artist Tim Rogerson, & 10 Things you didn’t know about Tim

By Leslie Combemale | July 24, 2020

There are few artists I’ve enjoyed working with more than Disney interpretive artist Tim Rogerson. He is not only one of the most successful artists in the Disney Art Program, selling out his editions and originals at the Disney parks and around the world, he’s one of the most joyful, optimistic people I’ve ever met, …

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Spotlight on Mickey Mouse & early original Mickey Mouse drawings

By Leslie Combemale | August 28, 2020

Mickey has been a classic draw for Disney fans since 1928. Strangely, the fascination in terms of collecting started to wane in the mid-90s, and only in the last few years has he started having a resurgence. Now, since the 90th anniversary of Mickey Mouse in 2018, collectors are snapping up the oldest Mickey Mouse …

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Selling Cartoon and Film Art COVID Masks: A Small Business Owner on the Importance of Face Masks

By Leslie Combemale | June 26, 2020

We are selling cartoon and film art masks. Why? Because we are 100% in on wearing them and 100% in on supplying the most awesome ones we can, to inspire people to wear them. As a small business owner, I’ve been impacted by the shutdown, to be sure. Not only were all the stores in …

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Holiday Parade at ArtInsights

By admin | December 23, 2011

  Just came back from playing Belle in the Reston Town Center holiday parade.  I asked my sister Coco to play Cinderella.  She looks so much like her, she could be hired at Disney.  We also had the 501st Legion with us in the parade, and they are always wonderful to have–helpful, very interested in …

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Things are Warming Up in the Art World!

By admin | May 18, 2011

    As it says in “Hello Dolly”, (and Wall-E!)  “It only takes a moment”… for everything to change.  Brrrrr, it’s COLD in January… for us life is about finding art no one in their right mind could refuse.  I could say I trust in the universe on that, and maybe that’s true, because invariably …

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