Carole Bayer Sager likes playing with food.
On canvas, that is. The L.A.-based songstress-turned-painter’s latest exhibition, “New Works,” is currently on display at the William Turner Gallery. At the intimate reception, friends and collectors (Michael Govan, Brad and Cassandra Grey, even Kim and Kanye) feasted their eyes on peanut M&M’s, Hershey’s chocolate kisses and gooey magnified grilled cheese sandwiches. It took the Grammy winner two years to complete the show in her Bel Air home studio. “I love the abstract expressionists of the 1950s,” says Bayer Sager, who takes inspiration from the work of Jackson Pollock and Gerhard Richter. williamturnergallery.com; carolebayersager.com.
Written by Jennie Nunn.
PHOTOS: Alex Berliner.