The festival begins on January 8th, 2021 and will run until February 22nd, 2021. There will be several delicious food studios with artistic eats, as well as some amazing entertainment options. In addition to these, there will be TONS of beautiful pieces of artwork available for purchase, and today we got the chance to see some of them ahead of time!
The first piece that we got a sneak peek at comes to us courtesy of artist Sam Carter. It’s titled “Crooning in the Tiki Room” and features a colorful design inspired by Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room. You can purchase this artwork during the festival, and LeBlanc himself will be available to sign it from January 16th-26th.
You can see more of his stunning work here.
The other pieces we’ve seen are created by Jerrod Maruyama, and shared via his Instagram account (@jmaruyama). This first design highlighting Stich is titled “Experiment of Cute” and will be available to purchase at the WonderGround Gallery tent.
“A Side of Cute,” also from Maruyama, celebrates a variety of Disney sidekicks! This one can also be found at the WonderGround Gallery tent for the duration of the festival.
The next piece is titled “A Symphony of Cute.” Maruyama calls this “my tribute to Mickey’s PhilharMagic,” and it includes several Disney characters from the attraction at Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Find this one also at the WonderGround Gallery tent.
The last piece of artwork that Maruyama shared, “The Child,” is a collage of moments and icons from the hit Disney+ show The Mandalorian. This artwork was originally intended to be released this past Fall during the time of Star Wars Celebration, but will be available starting January 8th (the opening date of the festival) at the WonderGround Gallery tent along with Jerrod Maruyama’s other pieces.
We look forward to checking out these, and so many other stunning pieces of art, when EPCOT’s Festival of the Arts opens on January 8th — just two weeks away! We’ll be there to cover all the news and updates from the festival, so stay tuned!
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Which of these pieces of art is your favorite? Tell us in the comments!