Steve Kaufman
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First American to be awarded the Picasso Ring

Painted Van Gogh for the Museum

Has art hanging in the Holocaust Museum

Guest of the White House

Hired over 750 ex-LA Gang members

Buried 7 of those gang kids

Been to South Central LA

Worked with Parole Officers

Worked with LA Judges

Hires the homeless
Worked with Andy Warhol

Artist of Woodstock

Independent Film Maker

Rides a Harley Davidson

Survived Cardiac Episode

Featured on Network TV

Featured on Howard Stern

Supports 170 charities a year

Friends with Muhammad Ali

Friends of the Sinatra family

Born and raised in the Bronx

At 8 created his first Art Show

Created Racial Harmony Murals

Built an AIDS Memorial

Underground Artist of the Year

23 Sold Out Artists Editions

Art Critics challenge him

Won rights for artists in court
Created a 10 foot guitar for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland

Working on World War II Memorial

Donated the Princess Diana portrait to the Elton John Foundation

Created new Pop Art style called “Museum Art”

Named the Caesars Palace Official Sports/Entertainment Artist

Created the “September 11th Memorial”

Steve Kaufman received many awards for his outstanding service and commitment to hundreds of charities, including his "Give Kids a Break" program to aid and rehabilitate troubled youth.  From left to right above are honors from United States Senator John Ensign; Congresswoman Shelley Berkley of Nevada; Lorraine T. Hunt, Lieutenant Governor of the State of Nevada; and gifted May 23 as "Steve Kaufman Day" for his generosity, compassion and willingness to help others in need.