The former Little Mis-Matched store in Disney Springs is now a pop-up location for The Art Corner, after being a Greg McCullough gallery over the holidays. This is an interactive experience offering digital caricatures, name art, artistic marbling, and coffee art!
You’ll recognize the caricatures, name art, and artistic marbling from various locations around the parks and resorts as they, and the new pop-up location, are run by the Artistic Talent Group. Take a tour with us of this new location!
The first thing you’ll notice is how big and open the space is, and each offering is their own section or area, without the space feeling chopped up.
In Name Works you get to turn your name into art work. There are several themes and options to choose from. Pretty soon you’ll have your own, very personal work of art!
I actually had one of these done for my son at the Festival of the Arts and it’s amazing how creative the artists can be! He and I both loved it.
If you want a fun portrait of yourself try out the digital caricatures that are offered here. Instead of drawing your caricature with markers on paper, this new option has the artist drawing your caricature on a screen and printing it out for you digitally — as the sign says they are “Caricatures of the Future!”
If you’ve been to the Epcot Festival of the Arts you may have seen this fun way to decorate fabric there. There’s an area of the Art Corner dedicated to Artistic Marbling.
You can choose to do some of the marbling yourself, or have an artist do the marbling for you with colors you choose. The fabric used is 100% silk.
There’s also a wide selection of of previously made fabrics for you to choose from if you find a color or pattern you like! I LOVE this!
The Art Corner also has an area dedicated to coffee art — that’s right, art painted by the artist Mikel with coffee instead of paint!
If you’re feeling inspired after your visit to this shop they carry some art supplies here as well, so you can start drawing, coloring, painting, creating — doing whatever you’re inspired to do!
Have you stopped by the Art Corner yet? Let us know in the comments below!