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
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