Monday, July 9, 2007

Gallery of the Lakes Signing Event with Dusty Horner!

Mark your Calendars! Gallery of the Lakes will be hosting a Signing Event with Dusty Horner on August 11, 2007 at their store location in Rock Hill, NY. Current information available regarding the event is as follows:

  • The most important Beauty and the Beast Limited Edition to Date will be available and signed by sculptor, Dusty Horner.
  • Afternoon Spell Breaking Party & Picnic which will include prizes, silent auction and rare finds.
  • Beauty & the Beast Ballroom Soiree in the evening.
The Curse is Broken," the 2007 Signature Series release features the WDCC debut of the Enchanted Objects in Human Form! This magnificent release features Belle & Prince (11-1/4"); Mrs. Potts & Chip (7-1/2"); Lumiere & Cogsworth (8-7/8") and Babette (8-1/4"). I had the opportunity to see this year's Signature Series release while at WALT DISNEY WORLD® in May and the sculptures and base are truly amazing as those who had the opportunity to see it as well can attest.

This Numbered Limited Edition (NLE) of 1,000 has a SRP of $1,750.00 US. The Base consists of two sections, allowing you to display either separate or together (the balcony portion attaches to a groove in the ballroom section). The overall height is approximately 15" and the combined length (balcony section aligned with the ballroom section) is approximately 26". The width is approximately 13".

Recent blog postings have shown additional angles of Belle & Prince and Babette.

Recent key releases from Dusty have included the following:
  • Peter and the Mermaids - 2007 'Of Dreams & Magic' members only release.
  • Tank Gang Scene - Open edition scene release from Finding Nemo which includes the members only figurine release of Nemo & Gurgle.
  • Crush & Squirt - Numbered Limited Edition (NLE) from Finding Nemo.
  • Pleasure Island Scene - Open edition scene release from Pinocchio marking the WDCC debut of Lampwick!
For a complete listing of Dusty's Walt Disney Classics Collection releases and his bio, please visit his Sculptor Listing page.

1 comment:

Koen said...

Wish i could go. Sounds wonderfull. Unfortunaly, it's a little too far. But you never know, maybe someday, when the worlds wiser (okay, i'll promise, i won't start singing again)