Last week, artist Steven Colucci debuted his new scarf collection, as well as "Sounds of Color" paintings at The National Arts Club in Gramercy Park. The exhibit was displayed alongside Andy Warhol sketches and was debuted while Shea serenaded guests with festive Christmas tunes. Colucci has been working with The American Cancer Society, as well as the Quogue Wildlife Refuge to raise awareness and funds during the holiday season, and therefore all proceeds from the event benefitted these two organizations.
Colucci's "Sounds of Color" exhibit featured highlights of his work, commemorating men and women who are helping others. Among the well-attended event were well-known celebrities and artists, including Ramona Singer, Madame Mayhem, Carmen Molina, Rose Hartman, and many more. In addition to the generous donations from the event, Shea also donated a portion of the proceeds from the sale of his new album, "Every Day's Christmas," as well.