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Arnold Krowneski is taken under the wing of his high school art teacher, Mrs. M. She sees great potential in his ability, so she introduces him to another friend, who owns an art gallery of great renown, one Mr. George Zukor, who in turn introduces the boy to the world of art. George promotes him, in an attempt to make his name synonymous with Dali and Picasso. Arnie's work was equal to these two giants of the art world, but his style was quite different. His work never had to be explained. You knew what it was the moment you saw it. The color, the subject, the story it told was like magic and you could get lost in a dream, just looking at them. He used a number of models for realism. He would pose them on a couch or a chair, but frequently ended up in bed with them. Some thing about him seemed to intrigue the ladies. So come along on his ride toward the top, to fame and riches. See the beauty in many of the things he saw on the way, and meet the people who would alter his, day- to-day existence, on his skyrocket to get there.