In August 2000, contemporary artist Keith Edmier extended a formal invitation to the actress to join him in making a work of art. His works were inspired by pop icons of his youth and Fawcett was among his favorites – not only because she was an object of affection for most teenage boys, but he discovered that she was also an artist when he read an article in Dynamite, a popular teen magazine. Since she always loved to create art, she accepted and they began a two-year collaboration. which produced several sculptures (including two large-scale nude sculptures of each other) and numerous photographs and drawings.
Photos: Fawcett working on her sculpture of Edmier and Edmier's sculpture of Farrah on display. Artful Circle saw these two on display at Marlborough Gallery in their lobby in midtown Manhattan. Note the details below - The FF + KE signature on the base and the real earring attached to the marble.