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My Kid Could Paint That

I follow the fine art community but I am not a huge devotee. This world was once again trust into the spotlight last year with the emergence of 4-year-old Marla Olmstead who rocketed from total obscurity into international renown. Some called her a prodigy and an equal of compared to Kandinsky and Pollock with her paintings sold for over $300,000. Others called a complete fraud since her parents would never let her paint one of her paints with a witness who could verify that she was the one producing the work. All of this is now the subject of a new documentary called ‘My Kid Could Paint That’ which looks to final put the debate to rest.

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