A portrait is an eternal moment. A moment framed in time. It is art; “The Sempre Portrait” of Ayrton Senna can be considered as a perfect example of an Art Portrait. An outstanding piece of Art made the Artist Ian entirely crafted using jeans donated from Ayrton Senna’s family. Honorably designed to memorialize the 20th year since the passing of Ayrton Senna.
Ayrton Senna one of the most recognized Formula One drivers of all time who had a dream. Help underprivileged children in Brazil to receive a quality education. Senna’s dreams have just grown stronger with the years and together friends and family members are working through the non-profit organization making Senna’s dream to come through already for more than 20 years when the non-profit organization was established back in 1994.
Suelle Harts along with other well-wishing Brazilians embraces this noble cause gladly sharing her admiration for the emotional gest made by the Artist Ian Berry who donated the Portrait to Ayrton’s mother Mrs. Neyde and the Ayrton Senna Institute. As Suelle Harts describes her feelings: “It is important to speak up to all other prominent figures in our charity network. This gift is more than a beautiful gest. It represents a noble cause that shows us the true path to compassion for humanity.” The Sempre Portrait was last shown at the Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort, in Holland and now it is on his way to Paris, France.
A limited art edition of the Ayrton Senna Sempre Portrait has been made to contribute to the cause. This Art Edition is issued worldwide and limited to 1960 pieces, representing the year Ayrton Senna was born. The funds will be donated to the non-profit organization helping Ayrton Senna Institute to make a better future for the children and youth in Brazil.