Jerrod Maruyama’s “Cute Country” to Debut at Epcot International Festival of the Arts

Country Bear Jamboree
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We hope you can “bear” with us, because we have some very good news. Jerrod Maruyama, known for his Disney Parks artwork including the “Kingdom of Cute” vinyl figurine series, will have four new pieces debuting at the 2019 Epcot International Festival of the Arts, including “Cute Country,” which pays tribute to the genuine, original Country Bear Jamboree.

As you can see, the work features much of the Country Bear ensemble, including Henry, Big Al, Swingin’ Teddi Barra, and more. Maruyama is expected to appear at the Festival (though his schedule is still unknown), so there should be an extra-special opportunity to take this exceptional work home signed by the artist himself.

Keep reading WDW News Today as we keep you posted on everything coming to the Epcot International Festival of the Arts!

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