A famous painting artist on social media got slammed by many people who doubted the woman's authenticity. It seemed like a Reddit user called her out for posing with a similar palette in mutiple flawless pictures but some users came to give a different opinion.
A famous social media person and artist, Cristina Szeifert posted some perfect pictures along with her paintings that grabbed the attention of many for all the wrong reasons. A clinical psychologist and a motivational speaker by profession but an artist by passion, Cristina has a huge following on her Instagram account.
An internet user noticed something funny in the model's pictures that brought everyone's attention (mainly criticism) to the palette exhibited in the flawless pictures.
“I have been an artist ever since I was a small child, graduated art school, and it remained a passion over the years. After art school, I attended university for psychology, opened my first business at the very early age of 22, and start modeling at a high level in Italy. Over time, I restarted my passion for painting, especially in the last year. After I finished a painting, I would post the final result on my Instagram page. I like to photograph myself looking perfect so obviously, the pictures with my paintings are done with clean clothes and with my make-up done. I have beauty businesses and am a model for many women, so this is the reason I like to have a good image on social media. I painted a lot in my early years, ages 18-20 and was even an art teacher for kids from an orphanage in Romania (for free, of course). I posted my art pictures to try to motivate people to follow their dreams and not to abandon their passions as I did. I never expected that people could be so irritated because of my clean look. The palette [in the photos] was probably used as an accessory in a few pictures, and I use an acrylic paint that is washable so it looks similar in many pictures. I paint as often as I have time for. I have a busy life but I like to create things and painting is relaxing for me," she said while expressing her disappointment over people's behavior.