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Beth Feeback was on her way to sell her cat paintings at an art show in North Carolina when she decided to pop into a Goodwill to buy a blanket. It was an unusually cold day. She then saw two huge paintings. She wasn’t a fan of the art, but she wanted to purchase the canvases so that she could paint over them with her own work. She bought the paintings and continued on to her art show. Her friend noticed that the back of the paintings were stamped with “Weatherspoon Art Gallery.”
So Beth did some research and I’m sure she’s very glad that she didn’t paint over the canvasses. It turns out that one of the paintings was “Vertical Diamond,” by famous abstract painter Ilya Bolotowsky.
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