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Hudson Heinemann, Michelle-Marie Heinemann==
Jon Heinemann, Michelle-Marie Heinemann, Hudson Heinemann and Hyacinth Heinemann host an Enchanted Evening in the Garden celebrating The Hampton Classic==
Maidstone Inn, East Hampton, NY==
August 22, 2015==
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Hudson Heinemann, Michelle-Marie Heinemann Jon Heinemann, Michelle-Marie Heinemann, Hudson Heinemann and Hyacinth Heinemann host an Enchanted Evening in the Garden celebrating The Hampton Classic Maidstone Inn, East Hampton, NY

Hudson Heinemann, Michelle-Marie Heinemann Jon Heinemann, Michelle-Marie Heinemann, Hudson Heinemann and Hyacinth Heinemann host an Enchanted Evening in the Garden celebrating The Hampton Classic Maidstone Inn, East Hampton, NY

Old Fashioned Mom Magazine hosted a spectacular enchanted Garden Party at the famous Scandinavian Maidstone Inn in East Hampton in honor of the Hampton Classic. Guests nibbled on passed delicacies including chicken satay, goat cheese and truffle cream wontons and bacon wrapped scallops. A special cocktail called “The Hampton Classic” was created as a symbol of good luck to all the riders which included Hudson and Hyacinth Heinemann.
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Ron BurkhardtPhilanthropist and Artist Ron Burkhardt is the genius behind The Notism Movement. A method of painting that exhalts the Beauty of Memory and is symbolic of primal loss; the fading reality of nature’s perfection.

The hieroglyphic scribbles and scrawls in his work manifest in a unique pictorial language that reflects urgent efforts to preserve our personal histories and rapidly fleeting histories.

I first met Ron at a luncheon given by a mutual friend at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach. We immediately bonded over art and our common interest in various charities.

Throughout the history of the world, important needs have been filled by volunteers, people working for the common good of others. These individuals are essential to the well being of people everywhere. Ron is a wonderful example of this. His charities that he is involved with include: South Hampton Hospital, Project Angel Food, Eisenhower Medical Center, Children’s Cancer and Blood Foundation, Children’s Development Center of the Hampton’s, and African Child Foundation.

Giving back to the community is very important to Ron as he has made it a priority to help those around him and positively impact those in need providing a renewed sense of hope.

My family and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit to his Art Studio. The view from his work space overlooks Lake Worth and manicured Versailles styled gardens in Palm Beach, the perfect inspiration for his recently created “letterscape” masterpieces.

My son Hudson immediately selected his favorite as did my daughter Hyacinth. For me, it was somewhat difficult as there were several paintings that I fell completely in love with.

Ron has received over 200 awards for creative excellence and his work has been honored by The United Nations, Palm Springs International Film Festival, and Hollywood International Broadcast awards to name a few.

Each day I am moved and inspired by the generosity and creativity of people like Ron Burkhardt who genuinely want to leverage their wealth for the common good.

Michelle-Marie Heinemann & Ron Burkhardt

Ron Burkhardt with Hudson Heinemann and Hyacinth Heinemann

Ron Burkhardt with Hudson and Hyacinth Heinemann

Ron Burkhardt Art

Artwork – Ron Burkhardt

Michelle-Marie Heinemann & Ron Burkhardt

Michelle-Marie Heinemann & Ron Burkhardt

Ron Burkhardt Art

Artwork – Ron Burkhardt

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