portrait of Sham Ibrahim
Portrait of pop artist Sham Ibrahim

As the name suggests, Art Hearts Fashion is as much about bringing great art to the world as it is great fashion. One of the upcoming headliners at the Art Hearts Fashion show this week is the Kelly LeBrock Tribute by pop artist Sham Ibrahim.

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Pop art portrait of Kelly LeBrock by Sham Ibrahim. A sample of the work that will be unveiled Friday at the MacArthur.

The internationally recognized artist is known in the art scene for his pop art portraits of celebrities.  He has been commissioned to create a special set of portraits of the Eighties supermodel and actress, Kelly le Brock.  HIs new body of work will be unveiled for the first time at the Art Hearts Fashion Show when he presents it to the icon.

The exhibit will be unveiled at The MacArthur, 607 Park View Street in Los Angeles on Friday, March 15th at 6:00 PM.

Kelly LeBrock began her career at the age of 16 as a model.  Her first big breakthrough came when she appeared in a 24 page spread in Vogue at 19 years old.

Considered one of the biggest supermodels of the Eighties LeBrock moved to the silver screen in 1984 when she was cast as Charlotte in the romantic comedy The Woman in Red.  As a result of the film she came to be considered the most beautiful woman in Hollywood.

After her divorce from Steven Seagal, LeBrock left the spotlight and moved to a secluded area to raise her children.  It is only recently she has move again to the public eye due to shows she will be doing with her daughter Arissa, also a model, on TV’s Growing Up Supermodel.

It is unclear as of publication whether the former supermodel will be present for the unveiling of Ibrahim’s portraits of her or now.  We have a call into Ibrahim’s publicist for clarification and will update this accordingly.

Edit:  See the tribute to Kelly LeBrock here.  Click here to license red carpet photos of Kelly LeBrock and Sham Ibrahim here.

For information on attending the unveiling, visit the Art Hearts Fashion Website.

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