ByMichelle Lundstrom, writer at Creators.co

A beautiful collection of all new Disney Artwork is releasing today December 4, 2014 featuring four different artists and some of our favorite characters from Frozen, Winnie the Pooh, Lilo & Stitch, and Tangled!

Artwork by Stephan Martiniere

"Almost Summer" by Stephan Martiniere
"Almost Summer" by Stephan Martiniere
"Dreaming of Honey" by Stephan Martiniere
"Dreaming of Honey" by Stephan Martiniere
"The Ice Palace" by Stephan Martiniere
"The Ice Palace" by Stephan Martiniere

“Almost Summer” featuring Olaf from Frozen - limited edition of 295 giclée on canvas

“Dreaming of Honey” featuring Winnie the Pooh - limited edition of 295 giclée on canvas

“The Ice Palace” featuring Anna from Frozen - limited edition of 295 giclée on canvas

About the Artist

Stephan Martiniere began his career as an animator for DIC Entertainment in France and then moved to the US where his career flourished. In the past 25 years he has worked in many areas of the entertainment field and has earned many awards. He was nominated for an Emmy for his work on Madeline and won the Humanitis, ACT and Parents Choice Awards. Stephan also gained global notoriety for illustrating the Where’s Waldo Sunday comic strip for King Features distributed to hundreds of newspapers worldwide. His animation works lead him to Hollywood, where he designed for feature films such as Virus, The Astronaut’s Wife, Red Planet, and I, Robot.

Martiniere has also contributed concept designs for various theme parks and attractions. His clients have included Universal Studios (Jurassic Park ride), Paramount (Star Trek ride), Landmark and Rhythm & Hues.

Artwork by William Silvers

"Childhood Dreams" by William Silvers
"Childhood Dreams" by William Silvers
"Dandelion" by William Silvers
"Dandelion" by William Silvers
"Island Lullaby" by William Silvers
"Island Lullaby" by William Silvers

“Childhood Dreams” featuring Christopher Robin and Pooh from Winnie the Pooh - limited edition of 95 giclée on canvas

“Dandelion” featuring Rapunzel from Tangled - limited edition of 95 giclée on canvas

“Island Lullaby” featuring Lilo & Stich - limited edition of 95 giclée on canvas

About the Artist

William Silvers was born in New Bremen, OH. Inspired by his father, who was also an artist, he attended Bowling Green University where he received a BFA in Graphic Design at the age of 21. In 1995, he officially began his relationship with Walt Disney Feature Animation. Through his nine years in animation, Silvers worked as a background artist for such animated features as Mulan, Tarzan, Lilo & Stitch. He continues a strong relationship with the Walt Disney Company through contributions on special projects. In 2004, Silvers worked as a matte painter for Industrial Light and Magic. It was there he contributed to the films Day After Tomorrow and Star Wars: Episode 3. He has also worked on great projects for Star Wars.

Artwork by Schim Schimmel

"Three New Friends" by Schim Schimmel
"Three New Friends" by Schim Schimmel

“Three New Friends” featuring Pluto - limited edition of 95 giclée on canvas

About the Artist

Schim Shimmel has been a full-time professional artist since 1987, having studied art with his father, a well known watercolorist and art instructor. Schimmel began showing his fine-art in Japan in 1991.
Several children’s books by Schim Schimmel have been published including: Dear Children of the Earth, A Letter from Home; Children of the Earth...Remember; The Family of Earth; and his newest book, The Butterfly’s Treasure.


Schimmel communicates a simple yet profound message through his artwork and writing -- the need to cherish and protect this world. In his words, “It is so easy with our complicated, busy, sometimes difficult lives to forget just how magnificent, how miraculous our planet earth truly is. It is equally easy to forget that we do not own, but share this planet with all its many life-forms. As an artist and writer, my desire is to remind all of us that we are responsible for the well being of this world.”

Artwork by David Tutwiler

"If You Can't Say Somethin' Nice" by David Tutwiler
"If You Can't Say Somethin' Nice" by David Tutwiler
"Yardmaster Mickey" by David Tutwiler
"Yardmaster Mickey" by David Tutwiler

“If You Can't Say Somethin' Nice” featuring Thumper from Bambi - limited edition of 95 giclée on canvas

“Yardmaster Mickey” featuring Mickey Mouse - limited edition of 195 giclée on canvas

About the Artist

David Tutwiler is one of America's foremost painters of Steam Era Railroad subjects, and his portfolio also includes significant works depicting traditional American landscapes and coastal subjects of the sea coasts and the Great Lakes. David maintains a studio on the southern shores of Lake Michigan and a summer gallery in Rockport Mass. with his wife Liné—also an accomplished professional artist.


Tutwiler holds the honor of having his paintings hang in some of America's most prestigious collections, both public and private, including collections of the Pepsi Cola Co., the National Railway Historical Society, and the Sloan Collection of Valparaiso University. He has also participated in many National Exhibitions such as the Mystic Seaport International, the Oil Painters of America, and the Great American Artists exhibitions in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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