| Steve Kaufman | Bill Mack | Bob Womack | Andy Warhol |

Steve Kaufman

Former assistant to Andy Warhol, now the "Prince of Pop Art", Steve Kaufman has been featured on Fox TV and MTV, was the winner of the Underground Artist of the Year award for creating 55 racial harmony murals, an AIDs Memorial in NYC and a Meals on Wheels mural on the walls of the famous Spago restaurant in Los Angeles. His artwork hangs in The White House, The Smithsonian, Martin Lawrence Galleries, over 600 fine art galleries across the United States, 18 galleries in Japan and 25 galleries throughout Europe. In 1996, Kaufman was represented in 173 Warner Brothers stores when he created the 1996 Olympics limited-edition portrait of Muhammad Ali. For the Campbell Soup Company's 100th Anniversary, Kaufman created a series of Pop Art Campbell's Soup cans and jars for generations to enjoy.
"Kaufman's bio rivals that of Picasso at the same age." - New York Times.
 Al Gore
Al Pacino
Alice Cooper
Alec Baldwin
Amsterdam Museum
Andy Warhol Foundation
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Avon Books
Barbara Lazaroff
Bill Clinton
Billy Dee Williams
Bruce Willis
Calvin Klein
Campbell's Soup Co.
Coca Cola Inc.
Cohiba Cigars
Danni Ashe
David Mantle
DC Comics
Debbie Harry
Dennis Rodman
Donald Trump
Dustin Hoffman
Eddie Murphy
Elizabeth Taylor

Francis Ford Coppola
Hawaiian Tropics
Hollywood Sign
Hugh Heffner 
Ireland for Shelter
Gene Simmons
George Hotel
Great White
Joe Frazier
John Laraquette
John Travolta
Harry & Stefanie Flaris
Judas Priest
Larry King Show
Literacy Volunteers of New York
Los Angeles AIDS Foundation
Love Ride
Marilyn Monroe Estate
Marvel Comics
MGM Grand Hotel and Casino
Mel Gibson
Micky Mantle
Muhammad Ali
'N Sync
Nevada Foundation for the Handicapped
Nevada Women's Fund
Nicolas Cage
Picasso Estate
Restaurant Spago
Saatchi and Saatchi
Saturday Night Live
Sinatra Family
Spike Lee
Stan Lee
Steve Rubell
Sylvester Stallone
The Kiss Bank
The Practice - TV Show
The White House
Tom Arnold
Transportation Display Inc.
Warner Brothers
Whoopi Goldberg
Wolfgang Puck
Van Gogh Estate



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Bill Mack

Bill Mack has produced relief sculptures for over 30 years and is internationally recognized as the contemporary master of this art form. He has developed a unique style called "alto relief" in which some elements of his creations project from the background making the work 3-demintional. Since breaking into the Gallery scene he has received worldwide recognition.
Examples of his work are included in the collections of celebrities such as Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe, and James Dean. The Commissioned work "Hope," was done in memory of his friend, Ryan White, for the Ryan White Foundation.
Sculptures of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Arthur Ashe, Peggy Fleming and other famous athletes are enshrined in the Halls of Fame of their respective sports. His work often celebrates the female form.
Bill Mack has created sculpture in relief and in the round for government, corporate, and private collections. His art hangs in galleries on four continents and he has had exhibits in Tokyo, England, France and Germany.

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Bob Womack

Robert Alexander Womack aka RAW? was born April 9, 1956, the oldest of 7 children in Halifax, Virginia. He was a fraternal twin and the oldest boy born to an African American father and a Cherokee Indian mother. Bob was a precocious and ambitious child. He worked to help the family after his parents divorce at the age of 14. He attempted to help his mother raise the rest of the kids while saving money for college. These early influences would later come into play when he worked with the LA gang kids charity, "Give Kids a Break." He finished his high school years in Albany, New York in 1974. He holds an Associates Degree in Advertising in Fine Arts in 1977, a BA degree in Fine Arts from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City in 1979. He graduated from the Academy of Television and Drama in 1983.
 He grew up loving art and wanted to be part of it. He started in response to an ad in Boy's Life Magazine for a cartoon at the age of 13. When he received a response that he was very advanced for his age and should continue with his pursuit in drawing and art, he knew he had found what his passion was. He sold 2 of his oil paintings at the local high school art show at the age of 15. Later he would go on to attend the Fashion Institute of Technology. It was in Manhattan, the heart of New York City, at FIT he studied illustration, fine arts, graphics, advertising, interior design, art history, and calligraphy.
He met Steve Kaufman in 1988 in the Riverdale Bronx area one cold freezing morning. In 2 degree below zero weather while trying to get his motorcycle started, Bob remembers hearing a voice saying "It won't start ,will it?" This simple conversation started the unlikely pairing of Bob and the young Jewish entrepreneur. A fast friendship and business partnership followed and they decided to do several business projects together. Steve Kauffman had been a former assistant of the famous artist, Andy Warhol in his teenage years. He had been attempting to follow the pop artist culture ever since and had an ongoing relationship with Andy Warhol. In the summer of 1993 they decided to form a permanent partnership. They relocated to California to take their art to a broader audience and a higher level of exposure. Although each of the artists were prolific and talented in their respective areas, Steve with his pop art influence and Bob, with his Native American Indian art, they agreed that they would sell together and thus combine forces.
Steve Kaufman and Bob Womack's art today stands in museums all over the world including countries such as Japan, Germany, Switzerland, Scotland, England, Amsterdam and places like the Vatican, the White House, and the Smithsonian Institute.  Bob's prolific work as an artist and his new ventures as a solo artist have helped reinvent him as a leader in the industry.
 He is determined to be the next number one pop artist in the world.

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Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol was one of the most important artists of pop art, who became extremely popular in the second half of the twentieth century. Though he is best remembered for his paintings of Campbell's soup cans, he also created hundreds of other works including commercial advertisements and films.
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