Contemporary artist Beau Dunn to discuss her upcoming Spirit of Elysium award.
The Art of Elysium will be honoring Beau with the 2019 SPIRIT OF ELYSIUM award for her generous support over the years at the annual pre-Golden Globe gala.
This award is given to artists who have genuinely donated time, love, support and resources to the charity and past honorees include James Franco, Amber Heard, Eva Mendes, Kirsten Dunst, Elijah Wood and David Arquette among others.
The charity’s 12th annual “HEAVEN” will be held on January 5, 2019 and will also feature Beau’s original neon art as part of this years VISIONARY Michael Muller’s take on HEAVEN.
Most recently Beau has been featured in InStyle Magazine for their “Badass Women” series and her “Need Money For Botox” art was featured in the September issue of Vogue with Beyonce’s groundbreaking cover.
A celebrity favorite, Beau’s work can be found hanging in the collections of Kylie Jenner, Lily Collins, Rosie Huntington-Whitley, Rebel Wilson, Kris Jenner, and Claudia Schiffer.
ABOUT BEAU DUNN Beau Dunn is a contemporary artist, model and entrepreneur.
A graduate of Pepperdine University, she received a Bachelor of Arts in Studio art with an emphasis in sculpture.
Her art is Inspired by the paradox of childhood innocence, materialism, and consumerism, and she is best known for her mixed media sculptures, Barbie portraits, NEED MONEY FOR neon works and paintings.
Her work can be found hanging in the collections of Kylie Jenner, Lily Collins, Rosie Huntington-Whitley, Rebel Wilson, Kris Jenner, and Claudia Schiffer homes to name a few.
You can stay up to date on Beau’s day-to-day life via Instagram at @BeauDunn or follow her artwork at
ABOUT THE ART OF ELYSIUM The Art of Elysium was founded in 1997 to support artists working for the benefit of others.
For over twenty years, we’ve paired volunteer artists with communities in Los Angeles to support individuals in the midst of difficult emotional life challenges like illness, hospitalization, displacement, confinement, and/or crisis.
We serve medically fragile children, teens, adults, seniors, those dealing with social, emotional and mental health issues, and the homeless.
Our team members at The Art of Elysium work with volunteer artists to craft creative tailor-made programs for the populations we serve.
We currently offer 110 community programs a month, serving over 30,000 individuals a year.
Volunteer artist are then eligible for support services, ranging from artist salons and networking events to showcases and distribution opportunities.
We currently serve 2,510 artists a year in Los Angeles