American painter Steven Vaughan recently unveiled his painting called 'Ordinary People, William and Kate' at the David W. Streets Gallery in Los Angeles. William and Kate are visiting Los Angeles this week, a visit that includes a stop in Beverly Hills, and the painting is in honor of their upcoming visit.
Steven Vaughan stated that he believes Diana's presence is felt by William and Kate, and this painting is a reflection of that presence. "I’m happy to do this unveiling here in Beverly Hills to welcome the royal couple," says gallery owner David W. Streets.
In a touching move, three charities will benefit from sales of the painting: Masterpiece Dance Theatre, Generation Rescue (Jenny McCarthy's autism foundation) and lastly, a children's charity of William and Kate's choice. "It is, hopefully, a beautiful piece of art," Steven Vaughan explained. "But it was also created to help out some really beautiful causes."
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