For over a decade, Denice Lewis was Europe’s highest paid catwalk model. She was an “IT” girl and no one has ever graced the cover of Tatler more often. She was a jet setter and at various times was involved with George Hamilton, Dodi Fayed, John Kerry, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and countless others of the “in crowd.” No matter the glamour and ritzy lifestyle she has always been at heart an artist.
Recently, a series of debilitating diseases made continuing her modeling and film career next to impossible. So Denice, being the trooper she is, returned to her roots and took up brush and canvas once again. Now, her commissioned “Tribute” art hangs in places of honor in Hawaii, New York and Los Angeles.
“Tribute” paintings begin with the surviving family presenting Denice with an anecdote or favorite remembrance of the departed loved one, along with a pinch of their ashes.