MISS Universe Contestants' Artwork To Benefit Charity Helping Children

2012 MISS UNIVERSE Competition eighty nine contestants graciously put a brush to canvas and completed a work of art to help children who face life threatening medical conditions, under the direction of Rachel Roberts, owner of Las Vegas-based Design & Wine Eat • Drink • Paint. Now the artwork of each contestant is available for sale to successful bidders around the world.

MISS Universe Contestants Paint
MISS Universe 2012 Contestants Create Works of Art
MISS Universe Spain 2012, Andrea Huisgen;
Miss Universe Korea 2012, Sung -hye Lee

The proceeds from the auction will benefit Cure 4 The Kids Foundation, a nonprofit organization providing treatment to all children facing catastrophic diseases with or without medical insurance.

The auction takes place December 14, 2012 through January 14, 2013 at www.PaintLV.com. The winning bidder will receive the signed artwork, along with a signed headshot of the Miss Universe contestant who created it.

Design & Wine Eat • Drink • Paint offers a step by step process that allows even those without a known painting ability to create a work of art.

“Most people are amazed at how simple it is to complete their own painting once they sit down in front of the canvas, relax a bit and are provided with all the tools they need,” said Rachel Roberts, Owner of Design & Wine Eat • Drink • Paint. Photo credit: Courtesy

The Miss Universe competition will broadcast live from Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas tomorrow, Wednesday, December 19, at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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