As she prepares to turn 60, award-winning actress Sela Ward explains why she feels more confident and fearless than ever. She explains how she tapped into those traits for her most powerful role yet: starring as the president of the United States in a major summer blockbuster.
When actor Pierce Brosnan saw a painting of himself that’d been created by an artist who paints with her mouth he knew he had to meet her. So he invited her into his home, where they bonded over their passion for painting, particularly through life’s toughest challenges.
In an instant, Miriam Paré went from being a college art student to a gun-shot victim and quadriplegic. She thought her dreams and aspirations were dead, until she discovered the magic world of mouth painting. Now, James Bond himself is a big fan of her work. She shares her incredible story of hope and inspiration.
There’s something special about looking at art. Who created it? Was it a man or a woman? Were they rich or poor? Young or old? Art appeals to each individual on a personal level, no matter who created it.
Former NFL star and multiple humanitarian award winner Reggie Williams is waging a war to not only avoid amputation of his right leg but to do something he hasn’t done in over 10 years. He wants to run again. And not just anywhere.
If you were around in the late 1960s and ’70s, you could not go anywhere without seeing the works of Peter Max. Now in his 70s, he’s healthier and happier than ever and still creating works of art and hanging with the coolest people around.
When we first met Larry Roofner, he’d quit his executive job to pursue his passion for woodworking following a heart attack, calling it the best time of his life. Then he nearly lost his life in a cycling accident. Find out how he’s battled back.
It took her a few decades to get there, but Donna Dowless now spends every day pouring out her heart into art. Find out what Andy Warhol told her that convinced her to follow her heart and why she’s so in love with love.
In her late 50s, this former high-powered executive traded in her briefcase for a welding torch. She explains how her dying friend’s final words inspired her to finally pursue her true passion — art.
Martha Jo Mahoney’s bold, abstract paintings show her gratitude for a new lease on life. She explains how she translates all of her life’s experiences, from travel to serious health illnesses, to the canvas.