The first four characters of Karen Mortillaro's Alice in Wonderland Bronze Collection are now available. See the collection in the Sculpture Gallery.
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The timeless art of the Alice in Wonderland Bronze Collection appears for the first time ever in limited edition bronze. A new piece will be added to the collection on a regular basis, approximately every one to two months, until each chapter of the Alice in Wonderland story is fully illustrated in Bronze.
Created in Evader bronze, the finest museum quality available, each unique bronze will have Karen Mortillaro's original interpretation of Lewis Carroll's beloved children's story.
Mortillaro's sculptures are greatly sought after. And all of the work is offered in a very low worldwide limited edition of only 300. Once the editions are sold out, the molds will be retired and no other castings will be available to collectors. So do not delay. Check the Sculpture Gallery for the latest addition for your collection. For pricing and ordering, please use the Contact Section.
This is the first exhibition of Karen's anamorphic Alice "Down the Rabbit Hole with Lewis Carroll and Leonard
The Arne Nixon Center at California State University,
Fresno, will offer two coordinating exhibits in the Henry
Madden Library from Setpeber 16-October 26, 2011. The
second-floor Leon S. Peters Ellipse Gallery will display
Lewis Carrl materials from the Arne Nixon Center's extensive
collection, including original art by Leonard Weisgard for
his 1949 edition of (Fred, please slant the letters of the
title) Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
and Through the Looking Glass. Materials on loan will
include original Alice-themed art by Charles M. Schulz for
his "Peanuts" comic strip (loaned by the Charles M. Schulz
Museum, anamorphic Alice bronze sculptures loaned by artist
Karen Mortillaro (www.kmortillaro. com), and original art
loaned by author/illustrator Byron Sewll.
The exhibitions, which are suitable for all ages, will be
open from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday
afternoons (closed Mondays). Other viewings may be arranged
by calling the Arne Nixon Center at 559.278.8116.
California State University, Fresno
Henry Madden Lirary
5200 N. Barton Ave. M/S ML 34
Fresno, CA 93740-8014