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August 14, 2015
Posted by Sam   /   Filed Under : Gallery

Mischa’s move to New York has certainly had an impact on the amount of event appearances she’s been attending. Here is a rundown from a few of the recent events:

 

– BEN PUNDOLE CELEBRATES TWO YEARS OF A HOTEL LIFE WITH MASTER DYNAMIC
– GUEST OF A GUEST AND DOLCE GABBANA LIGHT BLUE HOST A MEDITERRANEAN ESCAPE IN MONTAUK

   
 

– HBO PRESENTS A SPECIAL NEW YORK SCREENING OF SHOW ME A HERO – AFTER PARTY
– NEW YORK MAGAZINE, VULTURE & TNT HOST THE PREMIERE AFTER PARTY OF DRAMA PUBLIC MORALS

   

May 23, 2009
Posted by Sam   /   Filed Under : News

Mischa Barton loves throwing paint parties.

The former ‘O.C.’ actress enjoys inviting friends over to her New York home to create unusual art pieces by throwing colours around. She said: “We mess around and throw paint on canvases. It doesn’t have to be serious. Art is about enjoying yourself, a moment in time. That is the most exciting stuff.”

Mischa is predominantly based in Paris, France, and says the people she has met there have encouraged her to pursue her artistic ambitions. She said: “Paris is such an inspiring city. A group of friends there have brought out my creative side like 10 times more in terms of doing art, paintings, sculpture.”

Mischa’s next small screen project sees her play a model in ‘A Beautiful Life’, in a TV show produced by Ashton Kutcher. The series is based on Ashton’s early experiences as a male model and is set to air in the US later this year.

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