Autumn Deforest, an internationally acclaimed artist, returns to FOX5 after a visit with the pope.
Autumn de Forest is invited back to appear on Australia’s morning show “Sunrise”
Autumn de Forest is only 15 but already has a professional resume that artists triple her age could only dream of.
Autumn de Forest appears on NPR’s “State of Nevada” discussing her upcoming Las Vegas Exhibition this weekend at The Gallery of Music & Art in Las Vegas: A Preview to her Collection which will premiere at Art Miami 2016.
Here are recent articles featuring Autumn de Forest
Autumn’s the youngest member of the Presidents’ Committee on the Arts & Humanities, and the bubbly artist designed a fun way to help underprivileged students and under-resourced schools across the country by teaching painting classes.
For most kids, 14 is an age of “becoming.” With those awkward tween years just behind, and those even more awkward teenage years still ahead, it’s a time when most kids are still getting to know themselves, and finding out what their gifts and callings might be. (Honestly, some of us are still trying to figure out what we’re meant to do on this Earth as adults—and that’s okay!)
LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) — When you sit down and talk to Autumn de Forest, it can be easy to forget you’re talking to a 14-year-old.
Her father first discovered her talent when she was five and created ‘something like a Rothko’ — now, they are keen to develop the brand.
NEW YORK (FOX5NY) – At just 14, Autumn de Forest is a painter with an impressive portfolio. She started painting at 5, began showing her works at art fairs at age 6, and these days her pieces sell at auction for upwards of $25,000 dollars.