Disney Starburst Sculpted Art by Jason Peltz

Epcot’s International Festival of the Arts is still running over at Epcot until February 25th. We wanted to feature more art from this popular festival as well as another freelance Disney artist, Jason Peltz.

Remember the classic starburst shot of your favorite Disney character that let you know who the feature character was of the animated short that you were about to watch? I bet half of our readers will be disappointed that I wasn’t referring to candy when I mentioned starburst in the title of this blog. Below is an example of the iconic starburst shot that ran before a Donald Duck cartoon.

Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and Pluto all had starburst shots before their animated shorts.

Freelance Disney artist Jason Peltz has created limited edition sculpted art recreations of these iconic Disney starburst images.

Each character’s sculpted starburst art is hand painted and an limited edition of only 19. Due to the exclusivity and extreme limited amount of each piece, the retail price for each character is $1300. Jason even created a special exclusive Disney starburst for Epcot’s International Festival of the Arts…Figment.

Another exclusive sculpted art piece by Jason for this year’s festival is something that you all will remember from Disney’s A Christmas Carol.

The Epcot’s International Festival of the Arts Goofy door knob from Disney’s A Christmas Carol retails for $900.

Goofy is the second sculpture art of famous Disney door knobs that Jason has created. He has also made an Alice in Wonderland door knob sculpted art piece.

All of Jason’s art above can be found at the Epcot’s Art of Disney store that can be found at the front of the park next to Spaceship Earth in Future World.

Here is some DuckTales related work In Progress digital sculptures that he has worked on.

You can find out more about Jason Peltz on his website where he has samples of his illustrations and sculptures. You can also contact him at peltzproductions@yahoo.com if you are interested in hiring him for commission art.

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