[UPDATED] There’s already a(nother) painting of Ricardo Louis’ miracle catch to beat Georgia

UPDATE: And she has another one. Hurry-up painting at its finest.

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Monet and Daniel Moore and Bob Ross, get on Carole Foret’s level.

The Huntsville-based artist, a 1989 Auburn grad, has set a land speed record for sports masterpieces, producing an impressionist (or depressionist, if you’re a Georgia fan) rendering of the Miracle in Jordan-Hare apparently OVERNIGHT. BECAUSE THAT’S WHAT IT DESERVED.

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You can bid on the painting here. And check out her other Auburn-inspired artwork here.

Related: The Creation of Ricardo: See the Miracle in Jordan-Hare à la Sistine Chapel.

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