World Renowned Celebrity Artist Mario AC Della Casa, is Best known for Jeannie’s Bottle and owner of JeannieBottles.com Mario is Also The Official Artist of Freddy The Flute from HR Puffnstuff, The Television Show DALLAS, Television Show Charmed, and The Official TvLand Awards, etc.
Like many artisans before him, Mario AC Della Casa found inspiration inside of a bottle, but in this case it was Barbara Eden's from I DREAM OF JEANNIE. Says Mario, I was intrigued by Jeannie's sequestered life deep within her jewel-tone bottle filled with magical dreams and wishes, so as an artist I created one to satisfy my own fascination. He would learn that this obsession was not exclusively his own, as he was quickly called upon to commission others for friends. Then the floodgates opened: It's impossible to count all the collectors and connoisseurs that needed to have one of my hand-painted bottles. It has taught me never to underestimate the power of a TV show that resonates in our collective hearts.
In fact, so vital was the demand for his original Jeannie Bottles, that Della Casa is the only artist ever to be awarded the license by Sony Entertainment to officially create them for the world! While Mario A.C. Della Casa successfully continues to bring back the true innocents of yesteryear into our lives, he does so with Class & Elegance. Della Casa approaches each creative work of art with the intention of first and foremost; creating a work that will evoke an emotional response to be enjoyed for many years to come. He truly created a new movement in his art by successfully blending the Classics with Amazing Elegance. "Truly bringing into existence something to forever be admired". Della Casa shares his unique expertise of Hollywood art with a truly exclusive clientele that includes Hollywood superstars, Major players in the motion picture and television industries, The Royal Family, chief executive officers of U.S. and international corporations, authors, judges, legislators. His work has been exhibited in the United States, throughout the United Kingdom & Australia, as well as having been featured on GOOD MORNING AMERICA, ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT, A&E BIOGRAPHY, TV Land Television Network, and the Museum of Television's James Comisar Collection.