Marilyn Manson's 'Grey Daisy' to be auctioned
Marilyn Manson fans will have the chance to take home his 'Grey Daisy' artwork, as it will go up for auction on Halloween.
The piece was originally unveiled and sold at Manson's first ever art exhibit, 'The Golden Age of Grotesque', in September 2002.
The 'Grey Daisy' was Manson's first "nice" painting and came about when he was asked to "paint something nice like a flower".
The artwork will be showcased in 'The Gods 'n Metal Monsters Auction' and features 500 pieces of rock memorabilia including 200+ sealed 1980s heavy metal vinyl, over 50 gold and platinum records, awards and celebrity-owned guitars.
It will be held on-line at www.backstageauctions.com and will start on Halloween October 31.
Watch Marilyn Manson talk about the 'Grey Daisy' on The Sharon Osbourne Show below:
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