Homeira

Inside the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100804010000" title="Manhattan (New York City)" href="/topic/us/new-york/new-york-city/manhattan-%28new-york-city%29-PLGEO100100804010000.topic">Manhattan</a> Beach home of Homeira and Arnold Goldstein, artwork is everywhere: overhead and underfoot, hung on walls, set on tables, in bathrooms and walk-in closets, atop banisters and kitchen counters. “I’ve run out of room,” Homeira says. Here she hugs Robert Toll’s steel figure sculpture. Looming in back: Trek Kelly’s oil painting of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST002241" title="Abraham Lincoln" href="/topic/politics/government/presidents-of-the-united-states/abraham-lincoln-PEHST002241.topic">Abraham Lincoln</a> in drag.
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( Ken Hively / Los Angeles Times )

Inside the Manhattan Beach home of Homeira and Arnold Goldstein, artwork is everywhere: overhead and underfoot, hung on walls, set on tables, in bathrooms and walk-in closets, atop banisters and kitchen counters. “I’ve run out of room,” Homeira says. Here she hugs Robert Toll’s steel figure sculpture. Looming in back: Trek Kelly’s oil painting of Abraham Lincoln in drag.

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