In conjunction with special exhibition Camille Rose Garcia: Down the Rabbit Hole, artist Camille Rose Garcia will lead the second of her three workshops at The Walt Disney Family Museum, focusing on her unique style and use of bold color. This class is designed for participants ages 18 and over, who are developing or professional artists. Space is limited. Registration required. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Please note: All ticket sales are final. Valid student ID required on day of workshop for student rates.
Camille Rose Garcia was born in 1970 in Los Angeles, California, The child of a Mexican activist filmmaker father and a muralist/painter mother, she apprenticed at age 14 working on murals with her mother while growing up in the generic suburbs of Orange County, visiting Disneyland and going to punk shows with the other disenchanted youth of that era.
Garcia’s layered, broken narrative paintings of wasteland fairy tales are influenced by William Burroughs’ cut-up writings and surrealist film, as well as vintage Disney and Fleischer cartoons, acting as critical commentaries on the failures of capitalist utopias, blending nostalgic pop culture references with a satirical slant on modern society.
Her work has been displayed internationally and featured in numerous magazines including Juxtapoz, Rolling Stone, and Modern Painter, and is included in the collections of the Los Angeles County Museum as well as the San Jose Museum of Art, which held a retrospective of her work, Tragic Kingdom,in 2007.