I took this picture while traveling in Paris for my job with Disney. This was at a metro stop in St. Germaine on an overcast day. It had rained on-and-off all day. In the photo the woman was actually in the background and I moved her to the foreground to create a little more storytelling. Her pose and attitude suggested she was waiting for someone and wasn't real happy about it. I was probably overthinking it, but it sure struck me that way. 

- George Scribner

He's Late

Oil painting on stretched canvas
Painting wraps around edges
Varnished and Ready to hang

Signed on front

18" h x 18" w x 1" d
1 lbs. 0 oz.



George Scribner
Valencia, California

Getting to Know George

George’s paintings are inspired by his native Panama, where he was born and raised. The artworks are quiet, thoughtful representations of both city and country life. It might surprise the viewer, given the subtle sophistication of George’s paintings, to learn that he has also been a professional animator with the Walt Disney Company for over 30 years. He directed the 1988 feature length animated film Oliver and Co., and worked on other renowned projects including The Lion King. Now, George’s professional focus is on animation for Disney theme parks and special projects in China. When he’s not animating for Disney, he is painting on location in exciting locales including Shanghai and Panama, or from his home in Southern California.