Seeing the value?
An artist took a paint brush and painted a picture in two colors.
He called the picture ’BLUE AND GRAY."
The artist listened to a critic that couldn’t even paint and threw the picture in a corner and it gathered dust many years.
One day someone saw the picture and offered to buy "BLUE AND GRAY."
To day this painting is considered a Masterpiece and hangs in a museum.
The picture had a new name, you know it... "Whistler’s Mother."
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