A painting from Vietnam and her Samick baby grand piano

&#8220;This one is my favorite. I got that one in Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City,&#8221; she says. &#8220;I love the yellow in that painting. And I just love how the artist [made] the lady with no facial features, yet you can see her facial features in it. I also love the pop of red that it has.&#8221;<br><br>


Though Salters hasn&#8217;t taken lessons she was 17, she still plays to relax. &#8220;It's just something to sit there with a glass of wine and tinker. Sam likes to sit on my lap and bang on the keys, as well. I've always loved the piano, because &#8212; to me &#8212; it's the sexiest instrument that there is. It commands the room. At a symphony, it commands the stage.&#8221;

( Barbara Haddock Taylor, Baltimore Sun / December 17, 2013 )

“This one is my favorite. I got that one in Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City,” she says. “I love the yellow in that painting. And I just love how the artist [made] the lady with no facial features, yet you can see her facial features in it. I also love the pop of red that it has.”

Though Salters hasn’t taken lessons she was 17, she still plays to relax. “It's just something to sit there with a glass of wine and tinker. Sam likes to sit on my lap and bang on the keys, as well. I've always loved the piano, because — to me — it's the sexiest instrument that there is. It commands the room. At a symphony, it commands the stage.”

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