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"Company Christmas Party - Company Christmas tells the real story of what happens at Santa's Christmas party. *Santa like any good boss is completely tanked off of a Keg of Nog. *Mrs. Clause concerned with the safety of her hard working olives is collecting sleigh keys. *Rudolph can party no more so he is passed out with his drinking buddy. *Of course there is always one or two people who get a little to drunk to early. Our lady olive is passed out in the corner while a not so sober olive draws a funny face on her and who can forget the crazy drunk running around with a kick me sign on his back. *There are always those olives who like to hook up at the company party. The 3 olives in the corner are toasting to seal the deal. *The martini glass is decorated to the hilt with Christmas light, and what Christmas party would be complete with out a Peppermint Candy Martini to keep the party going till the wee hours or however long these olives can last. *Santa's naughty list is definitely growing after this party. Are you on Santa Naughty or Nice list? "
- Michael Godard
Tricia Buchanan-Benson

Artist Biography:

 Tricia Buchanan-Benson, artistFollowing the pattern of most successful artists, Tricia Buchanan-Benson has had a self-proclaimed obsession with painting since an early age. Drawing cartoons, a young determined woman wrote Walt Disney Studios at the age of 11, asking how to become an animator. Disney, always nurturing young artists and finishing their latest movie at the time, "Oliver and Company", sent her back full details on how to reach her goal. 

Tricia Buchanan Benson has even surpassed her own imagination by becoming an animator on The Simpson's, King of the Hill, and Dilbert, specializing in character layout. Tricia Buchanan-Benson now has come full circle back to Disney Fine Art.


Tricia Buchanan-Benson Art For Sale:

Big Top Dumbo - Large Giclee on Gallery-wrapped Canvas
30 x 40
Gallery-wrapped Giclee on Canvas - $600.00
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