Austin Estate to Host World-Renowned Artist Howard Lamar
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AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 22, 2017 -- With an almost 50-year career in fine art, having his works showcased by dozens of private and corporate collections across the globe – most notably the Japanese Imperial Collection and the Microsoft Alumni Foundation – Howard Lamar will be coming to Austin, Texas for a special one-night showing. Dubbed "An Evening of Art and Celebration," the event will be hosted at one lucky Austin residence and feature works from Mr. Lamar's "Kindness & Generosity" series.
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TOKYO, JAPAN. At the VIP Reception at the Tokyo American Club for American Artist Howard Lamar, two paintings were displayed, on loan from the Japanese Imperial Collection, courtesy of Her Imperial Highness Princess Takamado.
Inspired and influenced by the French Modern masters, Lamar has earned international acclaim for his work. Thousands of Howard Lamar’s etchings, drypoints, serigraphs, stone lithographs, drawings, watercolors, pastels, oils, stone and bronze sculptures, painted glass, and large format painted ceramics have been purchased by prominent collectors worldwide and in Japan. Read more . . .
Art & Philanthropy
MICROSOFT ALUMNI Reunion with a Purpose. Lamar's work was featured by Microsoft, at their annual Alumni Network gathering as well as Leader's Magazine. With a career spanning decades, Howard Lamar’s commitment to philanthropy has supported numerous causes including education, performing arts, disaster relief and humanitarian efforts around the globe.
“It is rare to find an artist partner of the quality and sensitivity of Howard Lamar to so beautifully capture the spirit of what it means to be human and help others,” said Marylou Brannan, Executive Director of the Microsoft Alumni Foundation."
TOKYO AMERICAN CLUB. January 27, 28, 2017 American fine Artist Howard Lamar launched a global tour of exclusive events at the Tokyo American Club for a limited engagement, private showing of his work, and a celebration of art and philanthropy.
Several non-profits and organizations were featured, including: Bird Life International, Hope International Development Agency, Refugees International Japan, Asian Women’s University, Runway for Hope, Blossom Blast, Sport for Smile, and Room 13. A VIP Reception on the 28th was by invitation only for corporate and cultural leaders in Japan.