“Monaco Twilight” by Fareen Butt
Take home this beautiful painting "Monaco Twilight" by Fareen Butt.
This painting was signed by Prince Albert of Monaco at the Formula 1 Grand Prix. It is made from meteorite dust, pearls, sapphire, gold dust and ruby, as well as quartz and other minerals.
Celebrated worldwide for her precious gem and metal-encrusted paintings, New York City-based fine artist Fareen Butt has made a name for herself, creating and exhibiting commissioned works for prominent collections on the international stage, with museums garnering an interest in her works. Her clientele includes an impressive list of prominent individuals including the Grimaldi family, Saudi royalty, the Abu Dhabi royal family’s hotel empire, and her work featured on Roman Abramovich’s former superyacht recently sold to David Geffen.
As you may have noticed, the world of disability and mobility is developing fast, and mentalities about the necessity to get a maximum of accessible places have been evolving.
It is increasingly common to talk about the “Disability market” because the tourism sector is aware that there is a real opportunity to attract and retain new customers, who were often cast aside in the past. Unfortunately, a large amount of persons with reduced mobility still do not travel and are often reluctant to move into unfamiliar surroundings.
80% of people do not travel because they do not get responses to their requests, and the necessary information in order to prepare their trip in the best possible way. The Wheeling Around the World Foundation’s aim is to break down the barriers in order to enable everyone to travel in the best possible conditions, and to fulfill their dreams.
The Wheeling Around the World Foundation also intends to be the spokesperson of disability and mobility, in order to heighten the awareness of institutions and the tourism industry about the importance of accessibility for everyone.