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LEGENDS 2014 presents “Bringing Hollywood Glamour Into Home Design”

Posted: Apr 26, 2014 | by LCDQ | Comments (0)

The entertainment industry has long been a major influence in bringing style and allure into home design. Join Erika Brunson and Timothy White on Friday, May 9, at 10:30 am as they reveal the tastes of the famous and share unique and creative ideas on incorporating that Hollywood look into your home entertainment center or screening room.

Erika Brunson, international doyenne of glamorous interiors, has an impressive client list that includes members of the Saudi Arabian royal family, CEO’s of Fortune 500 companies, and celebrities. Her luxury furniture reproduction line, Erika Brunson Couture Living, includes timeless classics and transitional pieces suited for both retro billionaires and the discerning tastemaker.

Timothy White, award-winning celebrity photographer exhibited in galleries and museums around the world, has been one of the most productive and sought after celebrity portrait photographers in the field. His subjects include Harrison Ford, Brad Pitt, Billy Joel, Julia Roberts, Keith Richards, Ray Charles, James Brown, Queen Latifah, Paul Newman, George Clooney, and Neil Simon. White’s photographs have earned him numerous awards, including a Lucie for International Photographer of the year.

Erika Brunson

Erika Brunson

Timothy White

Timothy White

 

Location:

Gallery GO Contemporary Art
947 N La Cienega Blvd
Ste A

Gallery GO offers a diverse collection of unique art and photography. The gallery primarily caters to today’s young, upwardly mobile culture offering fresh and provocative insights into the tastes and sensibilities of this “communication-information-generation.”

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