Both Mark Schultz and William Stout will be guests at the upcoming Wonderfest in Louisville, Kentucky. The show runs on May 16 and 17. Both gentlemen will have original art for sale, as well as great Flesk books! You can pick up our latest release, William Stout: Prehistoric Life Murals direct from Bill at the show.
We have two books that are at the printer right now, slated for a July release, that involve Schultz. They are: Mark Schultz: Various Drawings Volume Four, and Al Williamson’s Flash Gordon: A Lifelong Vision of the Heroic with text by Schultz. Mark will be happy to answer your questions about them.
Have a great show! I’ll be exhibiting at Super-Con in San Jose, Ca the same weekend.
There’s a new Marc Davis exhibit coming up at the Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale, CA. I am eager to attend the show opening this March 7, and thought some of you might be interesting in seeing his work.
Marc Davis is one of Disney’s legendary “Nine Old Men.” He was the character designer for Cinderella, Tinkerbell, Thumper, and Alice in Alice in Wonderland, to name a few. He also designed characters for Disneyland, including, The Pirates of the Caribbean, It’s a Small World, and The Enchanted Tiki Room.
For more information and directions to the museum, visit their website here. The show runs from 5/8/2009 – 7/26/2009 (Museum is closed on Mondays). The following details are taken from their website:
Beginning May 8, 2007, the Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale will present “The Art of Marc Davis.” The exhibit will feature drawings and paintings by distinguished artist and original Disney animator Marc Davis, one of the “Nine Old Men;” the core team of pioneering animators that Walt Disney assembled in the 1930s to advance the art of motion picture animation. For more information, call 1-800-204-3131.