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"My Kid Could Paint That," directed by Amir Bar-Lev
[Stuart Simpson, Marla Collector] I'm 60. I've been around the block. I've been in and out of art and galleries and stuff all of my life.
And I have never seen one little person affect the art community, and people around the world, as much as this little girl has done, and continues to do.
When I bought the paintings, I knew exactly where they were going to go. And my wife agreed.
I knew that this 4-year-old needed to sit right about the Renoir sculpture. So we have the young master and the old master, all in the same corner and just kind of co-mingling.
Truth be known, I would have paid any price for Bottom Feeder. I was that much in love with it.
What I love about Bottom Feeder is there's a green pathway leading up to a blue door, and on the left side, you can see there's a person looking out into this blue sky. And on the other side, on the right side of the doorframe, there's another person looking back in.
And then, I looked a little more closely and up above the doorframe, the doorjamb, you can see a very clear baby's face, with a forehead and the nose and the eyes, like a sonogram. I don't know what that means. I'm not sure. I mean, I have my own spiritual thoughts about it. I asked about it, at the time that Marla was there.
I said, "Did you see the little door?" and she kind of goes, "No." Marla, you know. And then off she goes.