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Posted by on Apr 22, 2013

It’s All ‘Good’ at WonderGround Gallery in the Downtown Disney District

Here’s your first look at some of the new “Good vs. Evil” artwork debuting at WonderGround Gallery in the Downtown Disney District over the coming weeks.

The first two images are by this month’s WonderGround Gallery artist in residence, Jeff Granito, and feature Cinderella in Magical Makeover and Tiana in Blooms of the Bayou. If you are an avid collector, then make your way down, as the one-of-a-kinds are available now. Look for special hand embellishments on the one-of-a-kind images that will surely take your breath away. If you are looking to display this image in a more subtle way, then I’d recommend the deluxe print version. Note: Meet Jeff Granito every Friday and Saturday throughout the month of April from 5–9 p.m.

Tiana in Blooms of the Bayou by This Month’s WonderGround Gallery Artist in Residence, Jeff Granito
Cinderella in Magical Makeover by This Month’s WonderGround Gallery Artist in Residence, Jeff Granito

Available later this month will be three pieces by artist J. Scott Campbell, including Her Wonderland featuring Alice and the Queen of Hearts, Her Hair featuring Rapunzel and Mother Gothel, along with Her Slipper featuring Cinderella, Lady Tremaine and of course, her stepsisters. Be sure to check them out when they make their way onto the store walls in the coming weeks.

Her Wonderland Featuring Alice and the Queen of Hearts by Artist J. Scott Campbell Will be Available Later This Month
Her Slipper Featuring Cinderella, Lady Tremaine and Her Stepsisters by Artist J. Scott Campbell Will be Available Later This Month
Her Hair Featuring Rapunzel and Mother Gothel by Artist J. Scott Campbell Will be Available Later This Month

One-of-a-kind, original and limited edition giclee artwork prices will vary, but look for the deluxe print version of all of these pieces to retail for $39.95.

Which one of these can you see in your home?

It’s All ‘Good’ at WonderGround Gallery in the Downtown Disney District by Michelle Harker: Originally posted on the Disney Parks Blog

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