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Here, the magic is imagination

Newton artist puts 'heart and soul' into simple characters

Mark Marderosian, 53, works out of his Newton basement studio. An artist for the Walt Disney Co., he developed a line of stuffed animals that grew out of stories he told his son. Mark Marderosian, 53, works out of his Newton basement studio. An artist for the Walt Disney Co., he developed a line of stuffed animals that grew out of stories he told his son. (Susan Chaityn Lebovits for the Boston Globe)
By Susan Chaityn Lebovits
October 26, 2008

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Newton's Mark Marderosian has made Buzz Lightyear fly, Cinderella dance, and gotten Sleeping Beauty to wake up. Working for the Walt Disney Co., the 53-year-old artist has created everything from character figurines to movie coloring books for the past 15 years. (Full article: 834 words)

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