AMARILLO, Texas (AP) - Millionaire prankster and artist Stanley Marsh 3 is back at it.
The 71-year-old's newest creation is unlike most of his others, including his 35-year-old Cadillac Ranch.
This one will be peaceful and verdant - and less noticeable, which is how he likes it.
This time the art lover, philanthrope and, some say, eccentric is building a replica of Claude Monet's water lilies pond - a very big one. It'll grace the backyard of Toad Hall, his 300-acre spread in the Panhandle city of Amarillo.
Marsh says, "Art should be hidden and I believe people should see it by surprise."
He adds that a masterpiece above a supermarket produce section evokes a more authentic response than a well-publicized museum exhibit.