Donna Summer art prices rise
Donna Summer's art pieces have gone up in price since her death earlier this month.
The singer is best known for being the Queen of Disco and for her many hits, but the iconic star was also quite the artist.
TMZ claims that The Jack Gallery in Las Vegas which housed much of Donna's creations has raised the cost of her work.
Donna had created limited edition lithographs including 750 hand-signed prints and four different pieces of art.
But now the cheaper ones have gone up by at least $100 each and Donna's most popular item, The Winter Melody, is now up from $550 to $1,000.
The gallery told the site that the singer's work was now in higher demand and they are nearly sold out.
But people who have come in to see her creations have been left in tears as they remembered the star.
"Prices are determined by availability," a spokesperson for the store said as the reason for the increased pricing.
Donna will be best remembered for her hits Last Dance, She Works Hard for the Money, Hot Stuff, Bad Girls and Love to Love You Baby.
Her album sales have also soared 3277% since her death, according to Billboard.
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