Good morning! I watched an awesome documentary this weekend, "Who the #$&% is Jackson Pollock?" It's about a hilarious 73 year old, Teri Horton, who is a truck driver and avid thrifter. One day at the thrift store she buys a painting for $5.00 only to find out later that it is a Jackson Pollock. She has no idea at the time who this famous artist is (hence the title) and that her painting, if authentic, could be worth $50 million! What? This woman had me rolling. She is really red, as in red neck and says whatever she wants to, and takes on the art industry to prove that the painting is in fact a JP. If you like to thrift and art then you should check this out.
Here is the painting that Teri picked up! She has been offered $9 million for it and turned it down stating that she will not take less than $50 million for it. Crazy!