Artist Diana Coco-Russel Immortalizes You at Fike Gallery

The Looking Glass Gesture drawing by Diana Coco Russell.
The Looking Glass Gesture drawing by Diana CocoRussell

For a special treat February 14th, Artist Diana Coco-Russell will amaze us with her fresh and delightful style of gesture drawing at Fike Gallery.

In just minutes, she will capture your likeness and personality on paper, This could be a picture-perfect Valentines Gift.

Diana’s incredible career includes work on such well-known animation films as “Beauty and the Beast,” “Aladdin,” “Mulan” and many others.

To be one of the few immortalized by the same artist that helped bring life to Scar, the lovable “Lion King” character, reservations are required.

In the same space, Procissi Cellar is open for tasting, including the special 2005 Vintage port, in conjunction with some of Snook’s finest chocolates. One word of warning, it may be your last chance to taste this wonderful port, because Wayne is down to the last three cases.

Not to be outdone, Theresa of Fike Gallery unveils her latest oil painting “Into the Spotlight” from her nationally acclaimed music and dance series. In recognition of this romantic holiday, she offers limited edition paper, artist proofs of this inspired painting.

To join Fike Gallery and Procissi Cellars for a truly unique Valentines Day experience, just “arrive” at 627 Sutter Street, Folsom between 5pm and 8pm, February 14th. Remember to make a reservation if you want to be immortalized by Disney Artist Diana Coco-Russell.

File Gallery and Procissi Cellars, 627 Sutter Street, Folsom, California. 916-985-8444

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