After his work on two of Disney's most popular recent films, Coleman left the Disney Corp. Contrary to popular belief, jackbooted agents of Michael Eisner do not track down Disney's ex-employees and "disappear" them for knowing too much. Today, Coleman has achieved international recognition as an impressionist painter. His hazy light is as much a calling card of his painting as his signature. Because Coleman often paints tropical landscapes, it comes as little surprise that his work comes to the Wyland Gallery. Wyland himself all but personifies the kitschy, almost stereotypical tendency of South Florida artwork to incorporate seascapes, shells, dolphins, and other seagoing themes.