Thirteen-year-old Autumn de Forest has sold millions of dollars’ worth of her artwork since she started painting at age 5. We chatted with the talented teenager, who visits Boston on Feb. 27 for a presentation and auction of her work at the Ritz-Carlton—and, she hopes, a trip to the ICA.
The 13-year-old will show her work at the Ritz-Carlton and present a brand-new painting in honor of Boston Marathon bombing victims.
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Award-winning actress Jane Seymour has slipped into many roles in her career in movies, on TV and on Broadway. She garnered an Emmy for her portrayal of Maria Callas in “Onassis: The Richest Man in the World” and a Golden Globe for the title role on “Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman.” She also starred as a James Bond girl in the 1973 movie “Live and Let Die.” But the one person who inspires her life’s work hits close to home and to her heart — her mother.
ART ON EXHIBITION AND AVAILABLE FOR ACQUISITION WITH SPECIAL APPEARANCES BY MS. SEYMOUR
Raleigh, North Carolina – January, 2015 – An impressive collection of original artwork by EMMY AND GOLDEN GLOBE award-winning actress JANE SEYMOUR will be on exhibition and available for acquisition at a premiere presentation at Raleigh’s distinguished The Mahler Fine Art. www.themahlerfineart.com.
It turns out legendary children’s author Theodore Seuss Geisel, who wrote under the name Dr. Seuss, had his own oddball collection of headwear — a source of inspiration that is finally coming to light through a nationally touring exhibition called “Hats Off to Dr. Seuss!”
The exhibition will be on display at the AKG Gallery in New Orleans, from Jan. 15 through Feb. 14, featuring a unique collection of hats and never-before-seen artwork by Seuss. Admission is free.
CEO And Founder Allison Zucker-Perelman On The Road With Concert Tour
Max, whose work has been seen by more than a billion people, is getting ready for a new year of shows.
The legendary drummer and founding member of Fleetwood Mac has started to exhibit his photography in art galleries in towns where the band will perform. This began after his friends and family urged him to display his talent. Mick has received a welcoming response from fans that turn out to witness and support his new outlet of art.
The drummer talks about the reunited Fleetwood Mac and the ‘muscle memory’ that powers his photography, on view this month in Fort Lauderdale