New York Artist Makes Millions Off 'Invisible Art'

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Art enthusiasts admire Newstrom's paintings and sculptures at the Schulberg Gallery in New York.

Lana Newstrom, a 27-year-old artist, is the first artist in the world to create invisible art for a gallery.

Just because you can’t see anything, doesn’t mean I didn’t put hours of work into creating a particular piece.

Some of Newstrom’s artwork are fetching close to a million dollars, according to Newstrom’s agent Paul Rooney.

Art is about imagination and that is what my work demands of the people interacting with it. You have to imagine a painting or sculpture is in front of you.

Don’t worry, this is all just a hoax

via CBC Radio

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