Singer Amy Winehouse, who died in 2011 from alcohol poisoning at age 27, is the subject of a new exhibition, “Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait,” featured at the Jewish Museum in Camden, north London.
Winehouse’s mother opened up to the Sun about her daughter. "I would definitely say Amy was bored with life. When I think Amy would have been 30 this year, it doesn't feel right. I'm not saying I always foresaw this, but I wasn't surprised.”
Janis Winehouse added, "I couldn't see Amy as an older person. She was this young girl who exploded into the world like a firecracker and then it was, 'OK, I'm done - I'm off.' Amy was never meant to be 30.”
The exhibition features photos, clothing and other items from Amy’s life. To donate to the Amy Winehouse Foundation, go to AmyWinehouseFoundation.org.