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IN THIS ISSUE

iving to others is a universal theme during the holiday season, and perhaps no one gives more from the heart than actress Jane Seymour. Although she is best known for her movie and TV roles, Seymour is also a talented artist whose paintings appear in galleries throughout the United States. One of her greatest pleasures is using her art to support charitable causes, especially those involving children. It's our pleasure to present Seymour's paintings in this issue.

We also highlight watercolorist David Remfry, who I had the pleasure of meeting at the premiere of his exhibit, "Dancers," at the Boca Raton Museum of Art. The exhibit, which runs through Jan. 12, 2003, comprises drawings and paintings of people who danced for him in his New York studio. Capturing their movements and emotions, Remfry brings the beauty of dance to life.

The art of precisely maneuvering horses is called dressage, a sport that Kimberly Van Kampen pursues with a passion at Hampton Green Farm in Wellington, Fla. Van Kampen, who bought the former estate of the Revlon polo team, asked designer Josephine Berault to create the look of "a little New Orleans, a little Florida" for her residence.

When he's off the field, Miami Dolphins coach Dave Wannstedt kicks back with the Blues Brothers — life-size sculptures that sit in the music area of his living room. They are among the many personal and professional mementos that designer Barbara Murtagh incorporated into his and wife Jan's new home.

Traditional styling with a French twist imbues a vacation retreat with an air of relaxed sophistication. Designed by Pamela Fincham, the interior radiates warmth with its cream and yellow palette. The sun-filled loggia appears on our cover.

As we bask in our "season in the sun," we wish everyone a wonderful holiday and a happy New Year.

Karen B. King McCallum
Managing Editor

TABLE of CONTENTS
Vol. 12 No. 4
FEATURE STORIES
  A MAJESTIC MANOR
Designer Cheryl A. Swinney and architect William H. Prelogar Jr. preserve the grandeur of a historical mansion built in the early 1900s.
  AN EQUESTRIAN FARM OF GOOD BREEDING
Josephine Berault's renovation of a sprawling plantation-style home and working stable captures the sophisticated comfort of the Old South.
HISTORIC HOMES
  FLAGLER MUSEUM
Whitehall's Two-Year Restoration Captures The Grandeur Of The Original 1902 Estate

SOURCES
  DCOTA Spotlight
The consummate source for exclusive interior furnishings, with thousands of products under one roof.
  PALM BEACH PANACHE
A brief sampling of five delightful sources of art, antiques, accessories and architecture.

  NEW YORK DESIGN
From rich fabrics and shimmering chandeliers, to exquisite tapestries and museum-quality murals, New York hosts a distinctive and exclusive array of interior design sources.

FURNITURE & DESIGN
  HIGH POINT FALL MARKET
New Designs Range From Ultramodern SilhouettesTo Nostalgic Interpretations

ART & DESIGN
  INTERNATIONAL FINE ART EXPOSITIONS
From January to March, West Palm Beach becomes "the destination" for the world's most prominent art and antique enthusiasts.

JANE SEYMOUR: MAKING AN IMPRESSION
Painting from the heart, the award-winning actress conveys a message in her medium.


DAVID REMFRY'S ARTISTIC RHYTHM
The artist's 'Dancers' series premieres at the Boca Raton Museum Of Art


ORLANDO DIAZ-AZCUY: PURSUIT OF PERFECTION
The celebrated designer achieves excellence with his striking silhouettes.

DEPARTMENTS
DCOTA Spotlight Focus On Art
Palm Beach Panache Design Sourcebook 2003 Preview
Jane Seymour: Making An Impression Prestigious Properties
David Remfry's Artistic Rhythm New York Design
International Fine Art Expositions Orlando Diaz-Azcuy
High Point Fall Market Flagler Museum