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"Alice in Wonderland" Jim Salvati $325.00
"Alice in Wonderland"
Giclee on Canvas (Unframed)
Size: 11 x 14
Edition Size: 95

Born and raised in southern California Jim grew up surrounded by art and architects. His southern California influence is prevalent in his work. The Ocean, Surfing and the movie studios are a major part in his life and career. Jim has worked with most of the Movie and animation studios in southern California and continues to work with Disney and Warner Bros. on a regular basis. He has been painting and designing for the entertainment and advertising business for over two decades. But beyond his excellent artistic skills, his greatest talent lies in his artistic skills. His talent as an artist is being able to take ideas and thematically bring it to visual reality. He has been associated with artists devoted to this kind of acumen ability.

As a byproduct of his years as an instructor at the prestigious Art Center College of Design (since 1985) he has a strong connection to artistic diversity as well as a careful observation of the changing world of art and how art interrelates with technology. His experience and knowledge cross many boundaries into Print, Film, Animation, and the fine arts.

His extensive client list includes Disney, Warner Bros., Sony Pictures, Paramount pictures, Queen Mary, Radio City Music Hall, Castle Theater, Fox Pictures, and Gotcha Sportswear. His Palette of oils has inspired him to create a new look that has energized his love of the old painters with the combination of the great Walt Disney Studios.



 
"Bear Necessities" Tricia Buchanan Benson $325.00
"Bear Necessaties"
Giclee on Canvas (Unframed)
Size: 27 x 18
Edition Size: 395

Following the pattern of most successful artists, Tricia Buchanan-Benson has had a self-proclaimed obsession with painting since an early age.

Drawing cartoon's a young determined woman wrote Walt Disney Studio's at the age of 11, asking how to become an animator. Disney always nurturing young artists and finishing their latest movie at the time, "Oliver and Company" sent her back full details on how to reach her goal. She has even surpassed her own imagination by not only becoming an animator on The Simpson's, King of the Hill, and Dilbert, specializing in character layout. She now has come full circle back to Disney Fine Art.

If you ask her to name one thing about art that is sure to get her excited it is "Line Quality" that fluid motion, which gives a painting life. The confidence to commit thought to canvas, in a single stroke. Mastered by the likes of Alphonse Mucha, Maxfield Parrish and Animators like Marc Davis and Chuck Jones.

Tricia graduated from Loyola Marymount College with a degree in Film, since at the time there was no degree for animation. Private seminars were the only way to hone the craft. At such a seminar Tricia was discovered. She was asked to "Test" for the Simpson's and Futurama. A Test is where the director gives the potential animator a scene to layout. She tested for the Simpson's first and as she was testing for Futurama she got the call from the Simpson's asking her to join their team. No longer being able to concentrate she could not finish the test. She thanked them and walked out to celebrate. She has never looked back.

Tricia combines the forever-popular turn of the Century Art Nouveau style with Disney's precious characters we have loved for years. Her unique take on Disney's characters give us a glimpse into their life up until now we could only imagine.


 
"Big Top Dumbo" Tricia Buchanan Benson $600.00
"Big Top Dumbo"
Giclee on Canvas (Unframed)
Size: 30 x 40
Edition Size: 195

Following the pattern of most successful artists, Tricia Buchanan-Benson has had a self-proclaimed obsession with painting since an early age.

Drawing cartoon's a young determined woman wrote Walt Disney Studio's at the age of 11, asking how to become an animator. Disney always nurturing young artists and finishing their latest movie at the time, "Oliver and Company" sent her back full details on how to reach her goal. She has even surpassed her own imagination by not only becoming an animator on The Simpson's, King of the Hill, and Dilbert, specializing in character layout. She now has come full circle back to Disney Fine Art.

If you ask her to name one thing about art that is sure to get her excited it is "Line Quality" that fluid motion, which gives a painting life. The confidence to commit thought to canvas, in a single stroke. Mastered by the likes of Alphonse Mucha, Maxfield Parrish and Animators like Marc Davis and Chuck Jones.

Tricia graduated from Loyola Marymount College with a degree in Film, since at the time there was no degree for animation. Private seminars were the only way to hone the craft. At such a seminar Tricia was discovered. She was asked to "Test" for the Simpson's and Futurama. A Test is where the director gives the potential animator a scene to layout. She tested for the Simpson's first and as she was testing for Futurama she got the call from the Simpson's asking her to join their team. No longer being able to concentrate she could not finish the test. She thanked them and walked out to celebrate. She has never looked back.

Tricia combines the forever-popular turn of the Century Art Nouveau style with Disney's precious characters we have loved for years. Her unique take on Disney's characters give us a glimpse into their life up until now we could only imagine.


 
"Here Is Your Hat" Jim Salvati 'SOLD OUT" $425.00
"Here Is Your Hat"
Giclee on Canvas (Unframed)
Size: 16 x 12
Edition Size: 195

Born and raised in southern California Jim grew up surrounded by art and architects. His southern California influence is prevalent in his work. The Ocean, Surfing and the movie studios are a major part in his life and career. Jim has worked with most of the Movie and animation studios in southern California and continues to work with Disney and Warner Bros. on a regular basis. He has been painting and designing for the entertainment and advertising business for over two decades. But beyond his excellent artistic skills, his greatest talent lies in his artistic skills. His talent as an artist is being able to take ideas and thematically bring it to visual reality. He has been associated with artists devoted to this kind of acumen ability.

As a byproduct of his years as an instructor at the prestigious Art Center College of Design (since 1985) he has a strong connection to artistic diversity as well as a careful observation of the changing world of art and how art interrelates with technology. His experience and knowledge cross many boundaries into Print, Film, Animation, and the fine arts.

His extensive client list includes Disney, Warner Bros., Sony Pictures, Paramount pictures, Queen Mary, Radio City Music Hall, Castle Theater, Fox Pictures, and Gotcha Sportswear. His Palette of oils has inspired him to create a new look that has energized his love of the old painters with the combination of the great Walt Disney Studios.


 
"It's A Girl" Jim Salvati $450.00
"It's A Girl"
Giclee on Canvas (Unframed)
Size: 13 x 20
Edition Size: 195

Born and raised in southern California Jim grew up surrounded by art and architects. His southern California influence is prevalent in his work. The Ocean, Surfing and the movie studios are a major part in his life and career. Jim has worked with most of the Movie and animation studios in southern California and continues to work with Disney and Warner Bros. on a regular basis. He has been painting and designing for the entertainment and advertising business for over two decades. But beyond his excellent artistic skills, his greatest talent lies in his artistic skills. His talent as an artist is being able to take ideas and thematically bring it to visual reality. He has been associated with artists devoted to this kind of acumen ability.

As a byproduct of his years as an instructor at the prestigious Art Center College of Design (since 1985) he has a strong connection to artistic diversity as well as a careful observation of the changing world of art and how art interrelates with technology. His experience and knowledge cross many boundaries into Print, Film, Animation, and the fine arts.

His extensive client list includes Disney, Warner Bros., Sony Pictures, Paramount pictures, Queen Mary, Radio City Music Hall, Castle Theater, Fox Pictures, and Gotcha Sportswear. His Palette of oils has inspired him to create a new look that has energized his love of the old painters with the combination of the great Walt Disney Studios.


 
"Mad Tea" Tricia Buchanan Benson $600.00
"Mad Tea"
Giclee on Canvas (Unframed)
Size: 30 x 40
Edition Size: 395

Following the pattern of most successful artists, Tricia Buchanan-Benson has had a self-proclaimed obsession with painting since an early age.

Drawing cartoon's a young determined woman wrote Walt Disney Studio's at the age of 11, asking how to become an animator. Disney always nurturing young artists and finishing their latest movie at the time, "Oliver and Company" sent her back full details on how to reach her goal. She has even surpassed her own imagination by not only becoming an animator on The Simpson's, King of the Hill, and Dilbert, specializing in character layout. She now has come full circle back to Disney Fine Art.

If you ask her to name one thing about art that is sure to get her excited it is "Line Quality" that fluid motion, which gives a painting life. The confidence to commit thought to canvas, in a single stroke. Mastered by the likes of Alphonse Mucha, Maxfield Parrish and Animators like Marc Davis and Chuck Jones.

Tricia graduated from Loyola Marymount College with a degree in Film, since at the time there was no degree for animation. Private seminars were the only way to hone the craft. At such a seminar Tricia was discovered. She was asked to "Test" for the Simpson's and Futurama. A Test is where the director gives the potential animator a scene to layout. She tested for the Simpson's first and as she was testing for Futurama she got the call from the Simpson's asking her to join their team. No longer being able to concentrate she could not finish the test. She thanked them and walked out to celebrate. She has never looked back.

Tricia combines the forever-popular turn of the Century Art Nouveau style with Disney's precious characters we have loved for years. Her unique take on Disney's characters give us a glimpse into their life up until now we could only imagine.


 
"Oogie Boogie" Tricia Buchanan Benson $550.00
"Oogie Boogie"
Giclee on Canvas (Unframed)
Size: 25 x 20
Edition Size: 95

QUANTITY LOW!!

Following the pattern of most successful artists, Tricia Buchanan-Benson has had a self-proclaimed obsession with painting since an early age.

Drawing cartoon's a young determined woman wrote Walt Disney Studio's at the age of 11, asking how to become an animator. Disney always nurturing young artists and finishing their latest movie at the time, "Oliver and Company" sent her back full details on how to reach her goal. She has even surpassed her own imagination by not only becoming an animator on The Simpson's, King of the Hill, and Dilbert, specializing in character layout. She now has come full circle back to Disney Fine Art.

If you ask her to name one thing about art that is sure to get her excited it is "Line Quality" that fluid motion, which gives a painting life. The confidence to commit thought to canvas, in a single stroke. Mastered by the likes of Alphonse Mucha, Maxfield Parrish and Animators like Marc Davis and Chuck Jones.

Tricia graduated from Loyola Marymount College with a degree in Film, since at the time there was no degree for animation. Private seminars were the only way to hone the craft. At such a seminar Tricia was discovered. She was asked to "Test" for the Simpson's and Futurama. A Test is where the director gives the potential animator a scene to layout. She tested for the Simpson's first and as she was testing for Futurama she got the call from the Simpson's asking her to join their team. No longer being able to concentrate she could not finish the test. She thanked them and walked out to celebrate. She has never looked back.

Tricia combines the forever-popular turn of the Century Art Nouveau style with Disney's precious characters we have loved for years. Her unique take on Disney's characters give us a glimpse into their life up until now we could only imagine.


 
"Pleasure Island" Tricia Buchanan Benson $600.00
"Pleasure Island"
Giclee on Canvas (Unframed)
Size: 30 x 40
Edition Size: 195

Following the pattern of most successful artists, Tricia Buchanan-Benson has had a self-proclaimed obsession with painting since an early age.

Drawing cartoon's a young determined woman wrote Walt Disney Studio's at the age of 11, asking how to become an animator. Disney always nurturing young artists and finishing their latest movie at the time, "Oliver and Company" sent her back full details on how to reach her goal. She has even surpassed her own imagination by not only becoming an animator on The Simpson's, King of the Hill, and Dilbert, specializing in character layout. She now has come full circle back to Disney Fine Art.

If you ask her to name one thing about art that is sure to get her excited it is "Line Quality" that fluid motion, which gives a painting life. The confidence to commit thought to canvas, in a single stroke. Mastered by the likes of Alphonse Mucha, Maxfield Parrish and Animators like Marc Davis and Chuck Jones.

Tricia graduated from Loyola Marymount College with a degree in Film, since at the time there was no degree for animation. Private seminars were the only way to hone the craft. At such a seminar Tricia was discovered. She was asked to "Test" for the Simpson's and Futurama. A Test is where the director gives the potential animator a scene to layout. She tested for the Simpson's first and as she was testing for Futurama she got the call from the Simpson's asking her to join their team. No longer being able to concentrate she could not finish the test. She thanked them and walked out to celebrate. She has never looked back.

Tricia combines the forever-popular turn of the Century Art Nouveau style with Disney's precious characters we have loved for years. Her unique take on Disney's characters give us a glimpse into their life up until now we could only imagine.


 
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