Painting of Casey Anthony as evil demon may go on sale, how much is it worth?
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On July 28, 2011, CBS interviewed artist Jim Miller about a painting he created which has caused quite a commotion. The painting was inspired by a dream the artist had following the Casey Anthony verdict and depicts Casey as an evil demon. A dark, monstrous figure with yellow, green eyes holds a mask that portrays a lovely face- the face of Casey Anthony. The painting shows that the world sees Casey as a pretty girl on the outside, but something evil and dark lurks under the surface. The painting is controversial and has sparked numerous conversations by those who see it. Still, it is an accurate portrayal of how the public majority view Casey Anthony. Therefore, it is in high demand.
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During the interview with CBS, Miller stated the painting was not for sale but according to new reports by Central Coast News Fox 35 in California, Miller is reconsidering and is currently taking offers on the piece.
How much is a painting of Casey Anthony represented as an evil demon or devil worth?
If eBay is any gauge; it may be worth a pretty penny.
On July 27, 2011, a mask of Casey Anthony’s face, that had started bidding at $25.00 closed two days later at a whopping $999,900. That’s right folks- nearly one million dollars for a latex mask that portrays Casey Anthony with an evil stare and elf like ears that is sure to scare anyone, any time of year- not just on Halloween! Some have remarked they wouldn’t be caught walking the streets in the mask for fear an angry mob would pummel the costumed wearer to the ground; but we’re guessing the buyer will put the mask in a collection somewhere or maybe use it as a wall hanging.
As for the Casey Anthony painting; well- if Miller has a hard time finding a buyer (which we doubt as demand has already increased); he can always put it up for sale on eBay. He might just make a fortune off it!
Check out the video player to the left to see the interview with Jim Miller and a visual of the painting.