Down the Rabbit Hole with Camille Rose Garcia at the Disney Museum (Photos)

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Camille Rose Garcia is an original. The Los Angeles artist takes fairy tale icons and gives them a very unique, magical, and mesmerizing spin. And one of Camille Rose Garcia’s biggest inspirations is Disney. So it makes total sense that she will be honored with a show at the The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco.

Beginning May 9 (through November 3) the Disney Museum will be displaying a colorful exhibit entitled Camille Rose Garcia: Down the Rabbit Hole.  Along with about forty pieces of Camille Rose Garcia’s art will be ten pieces of original concept art for Disney’s Alice In Wonderland by the one and only Mary Blair.

“I always liked the themes of Alice and playing with the idea of landscape being somewhat surreal, cartoonish, not totally based in reality. The story lends itself to the kind of work I do anyway. The sort of shifting of realities,” Garcia said of her Alice inspired work. Check out some of her amazing pieces here:

  • Advice from the Caterpillar 1 of 9
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    Alice meets the Caterpillar and gets some advice.

  • Caucus Race 2 of 9
    Camille Rose Garcia:

    The Caucus Race, all eyes on the mouse.

  • Mad Hatter and Hare 3 of 9
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    This is a very mad tea party isn't it?

  • Alice 4 of 9
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    It's a very stylized Alice. Chic isn't she?

  • Advice From a Caterpillar 5 of 9
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  • Alice’s Evidence 6 of 9
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    A somber yet colorful courtroom scene.

  • Alice Wakes Up 7 of 9
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    "I've had such a curious dream." Yes, yes she has.

  • Down the Rabbit Hole 8 of 9
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    Alice's journey down the rabbit's hole, things will never be the same.

  • Mock Turtle’s Story 9 of 9
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    Alice getting the Mock Tutle's tearful tale.

Photo Source: The Walt Disney Family Museum

 

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