A descendent of the Qajar Royal Family in Middle East, an artist in vision and nature, a multi-talented force dedicated to creativity and arts, and an avid contemporary art collector, using her expertise in business and multi-cultural issues and education, Homeira Goldstein has channeled her creative ideas on various forms of artistic expressions into the development of:
• Her new artful life style website: www.homeirastyle.com
“HomeiraStyle Premium Herbs and Spices”, and
• New opportunities for bringing arts to the community.
Homeira has built an unrivaled reputation championing emerging and mid-career artists promoting art and culture in South Bay and the Greater Los Angeles. She has been instrumental in creating opportunities for artists to reach public audiences through traditional and innovative venues, such as shopping centers, open spaces, and private homes.
Homeira has viewed our society as transitioning forward from the communication and information age into the imagination age. She believes this evolution will move art into a central place in our lives as art expands and develops our imaginations
Homeira’s enduring belief holds that developing and exercising creative thinking is imperative to each individual, to our youth and communities, as they seek inventive responses to the unique challenges posed by today’s changing social and economic environment.
Exhibiting unparalleled sophistication, grace and style throughout her personal life, Homeira creates memorable moments in dining, fashioning and art to share with her family, friends and the art community at large. She collaborates with artists to fulfill her vision of living creatively on a daily basis, of celebrating the unusual, and turning ordinary happenings into extraordinary events. Throughout all her endeavors Homeira revisits elegance and redefines luxury.
It is no wonder that with such a breadth of interests, she is a consummate world traveler visiting international contemporary art fairs, artists’ studios, museums and private collections as well as experiencing exclusive creative culinary phenomenons.
In various capacities as President, Chairperson, and Board Member, Homeira has brought her tireless energy and commitment to her corporation and some L.A.’s most prestigious cultural institutions including USC Roski School of Art and Design, TIME4ART, Music Center CDA, Wende Museum, Fellows of Contemporary Art, Rand Corporation, LACMA, OTIS College of Art and Design, Getty Visual Arts Educational Program, and Los Angeles Arts Council.
President ARTE AVE – DBA “HomeiraStyle”, a Life Style related
Chairman of the Board TIME4ART, An art educational foundation
Board of Councilors USC Roski School of Fine Arts
Presidential Member USC
Board of Directors Music Center CDA
Council of Advisors Wende Museum
Chairman of the Board Fellows of Contemporary Art
Vice Chair Fellows of Contemporary Art
Vice Chair LACMA Modern and Contemporary Art Council
Board of Governors OTIS College of Art and Design
Board Member Rand Corporation Art Middle East
Steering Committee Rand Corporation Politics Aside
Chair/Commissioner City of Manhattan Beach, Cultural Art Commission
Advisory Board Getty Visual Arts Educational Program
Panel Member Los Angeles County Art Commission Grant Programs
Board of Directors Torrance Cultural art foundation
Vice President Los Angeles Arts Council
As Chairman of the Board of TIME4ART, (AKA) Arts Manhattan, she has envisioned 29 art exhibitions.
Serving on the Ad-hoc committee, Homeira was instrumental in bringing Manhattan Beach Art Center into its present incarnation.
She was honored as 2002 woman of the year by the US Congress, State Senate, State Assembly, County of Los Angeles, and City of Manhattan Beach. She has also been featured on the front page of several periodicals and interviewed on local TV channels and radio for her dynamic leadership in enriching the art environment in the Greater South Bay.
Homeira’s driving force is a voracious curiosity, a romantic spirit, and a contagious energy and lust for life. Her creative lifestyle has been chronicled in various media with PDFs available at: https://www.homeirastyle.com/press/
“FIRST LADY OF THE ART” Hill Section Life 2017
“PATRON SAINT” South Bay Magazine 2011
“OUR LADY OF THE ARTS” Beach Magazine/Easy Reader 2010
“ONE WOMAN SHOW - LIVING FOR ART” Los Angeles Times paper and on Internet 2009
“CREATION STORY” Luxury Life and Style Magazine 2007
“MUSEUM QUALITY” Rob Report Magazines 2003
Homeira was also in leadership positions with several professional organizations including:
President Arthur Young Alumni Association
Vice President Organization of Women Executives
Homeira started her business career with the Big 8 and served as a corporate executive at two mega corporations before forming her financial Consulting firm, which she ran for eight years. With her son being her inspiration, she has committed her time to promoting artful living to the public on a daily basis, both through her own creativity as well as through practicing artists.
A USC graduate with a Master’s Degree in Accounting and Business, Homeira and her husband, Arnold Goldstein, Founder of Shorewood Realtors live in Manhattan Beach.
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