Brett-Livingstone Strong is an architect, sculptor and painter who is known for his commissions and work with celebrities. In 1972 he created the royal invitation for the opening of the Sydney Opera House, commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II. He carved a portrait of John Wayne in to a 116 ton rock in 1977, which was purchased by a private company and is now exhibited at the Lubbock Christian University in Lubbock, Texas. His life-size bronze of John Lennon was unveiled by Andy Warhol in 1980 and is now privately owned. A highlight of Strong’s career has been the portrait he painted of Michael Jackson. Supposedly the only portrait the musician sat for, the painting sold to a Japanese corporation for $2.1 million in 1990– the highest paid to a living artist for a portrait.
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