Over the Labor Day weekend, we had a mini right-before-school-starts vacation to Disneyland, and particularly enjoyed The Art of Mary Blair exhibit at the Disney Gallery, which is immediately to the right when you first enter the Magic Kingdom.
Mary Blair was an artist who helped develop the look of Disneyland's famous It's a Small World attraction. The exhibit is excellent (go if you're local and have an annual pass!) and features concept art for It's a Small World as well as "concept story board art from such classic Disney films as Cinderella, Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland and various other installations for projects around the world including tile murals for Tomorrowland, Adventure Through Innerspace, Disney's Contemporary Resort and the never-realized Western River Ride."
Bob and I are both crazy for her artwork, and ended up ordering two prints for home. This one, now over our fireplace, is entitled "Norwegian and Swedish Designs," and will be familiar to Small World enthusiasts from the very first "room" you sail into on the ride. :)
We have another stretched-canvas print hanging in the hallway, and I'll get a shot of that for you later when the light is better there.
I also took several photos of the exhibit itself with my phone (alas, not great quality ... sorry, chickies) to show you. Photography was allowed. :)
Mary also did the artwork for several children's books. You might have some of her artwork around your house somewhere. :) I think it would be a sweet idea to frame artwork from Baby's House or I Can Fly or The Golden Book of Little Verses for a child's nursery.