A contentious legal battle between artist Akiane Kramarik and Carole Corneliuson of Art & SoulWorks is well underway. The artist earned worldwide acclaim after an appearance on the Oprah Winfrey show when she was only nine. Since then, her art has been reproduced and sold around the globe. As financial discrepancies emerged and poor reproductions of Kramarik’s work came to light, legal action was taken to dissolve the business relationship and prevent Art & Soulworks from selling more of Kramarik’s work.

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