Frozen Artwork 'Winter in Arendelle'

November 21, 2014

Frozen Artwork 'Winter in Arendelle'


Here at the Wyecliffe Galleries we are BIG fans of Disney's 'Frozen', so we are very excited to be showcasing artwork by Frozen's Production Designer David Womersley.
'Winter in Arendelle' is an enchanting image of a fjord locked in the grip of eternal ice. This image was the first of two conceptual pieces by Womersley, depicting the fabled realm of Arendelle - a mythical Nordic Kingdom and the setting of the Disney animated feature, “Frozen".
 
 
 
 
This deluxe fine art limited edition is created from the first and only hand-painted original of Womersley’s imaginative scenic design for the film 'Frozen' and is a rare opportunity to own this exclusive piece of 'Frozen' collectible art. The edition also comes with a copy of “The Art of Frozen” Autographed by David Womersley!

For more info click here or call the gallery on 01932 847 939





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