Trying to Legitimize Rosamond










boilluuu7While having dinner with Meredith, I got frustrated, and made this pronouncement.

“I forbid you to think of me as an artist, anymore. From now on – I am an Art Critic! This means you do not get to run my struggle as a real artist thru you voo-doo artist bullshit!”

Even though he wrote a dissertation on ‘The Creative Person’ Mark knows nothing about art and artists. He must have looked over some dudes shoulder at Harvard, He has me hang picture for him because he has no talent. Having a degree in psychology, I see his little wheels turning when I say things like;

“Christine was not a real artist. She was a fabrication. Smoke and mirrors were employed. She took up art because she was on welfare. Her style was dictated to her by her handler. I have spent years trying to legitimize her for the sake of my nieces, my daughter, my grandson, because the Rosamond Brand has value. I am the real artist in the family. I never made any money on my art. My Muse inspired Rosamond to take up art when she was twenty-four. The history of our family that I have put together will save the late Rosamond and our creative Family Legacy. The outsiders are liars and frauds. Their biographies are parasites who have committed crimes against the Art World.”

This is where Mark gets his two cents in. He chooses to see me as the worst case of sibling rivalry anyone has ever seen. I am a rabid dog who wants to collect and burn all the bad books that he thinks made Rosamond famous for starters! Mark’s solution is for me to forget all I know to be the truthful about the real Art World, and just pick up a brush and paint!

“Are you suggesting I return to my cell at the Funny Farm and commit myself to some serious basket weaving? How dare you! I suppose you believe the lie about the “rogue wave”‘

Five years after Christine Rosamond Benton was dragged into the Pacific Ocean by a “rogue wave”, I discovered the art work of Philip Boileu who was the nephew of Jessie Benton Fremont. I was floored. Christine, nor Garth knew Philip existed, or any of the fake biographers! I have read many books about artists. This is what you look for. You do a search of the artists peers, their family, their influences. You connect the dots. This is what makes artists famous. Here was the solution, the way to undo the Art Projector factor. For some weird reason Philip and Rosamond work is very similar. Why? Why is this important. BECAUSE, there can only be one explanation.

THIS IS THE WORK OF THE GREAT MUSE who transcends time and space. She appear to this one, and then that one. Her influence in the past effects the future, her influence in the future, affects the past.

Philip Boileau did thirty-four covers for the Saturday Evening Post. Artists throughout history are connected in ways that need to be studied by great minds. Get going. You can start with my mind. Hook me up to machines. Poke me and take my blood. Stop playing your fucking little games!

“Christine worked almost exclusively from photographs and
figures she cut from magazines like Vanity Fair and Vogue and
Glamour,” Garth recalls. “That’s why the women in her middle period
were so exquisite – the inspiration for them came from elegant
magazines that set the standard.”

After the Davinci Code came out, I told Mark;

“Dan and his wife eaves-dropped on my group and stole this rose line from me.”

I suspect Mark has given his peers a ongoing report.

“Wasn’t the rose line the Merridian Line?”

“No! That was Dan’s way of making other folks study, his own. He is a fiction writer stealing the idea there was HIDDEN BLOODLINE that famous artists eluded to in their art work. The key word is “hidden” Bad folks hid this line, and usurped it with their bullshit. They are all kindred. I can show you posts of the dude who was doing incredible work on Sacred Geometry. No, I can’t do that. I was evicted from that group. I have no acess to the sacred archives.”

“Oh! Really. Tell me about it. Let me go get my notepad. Now, what is the name of the mystery muse that you say may now be lurking in the back ground like some phantom? Why would she be doing that? Why hasn’t she come forth -to save you, back up what you say? (tee-hee)”

“Well. You see. She has to remain elusive, because she knows there are dudes like you that want to capture her, and have their way with her, just like demon-parasites do with her beloved artists.”

Jon Presco

Copyright 2013

About Royal Rosamond Press

I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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1 Response to Trying to Legitimize Rosamond

  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    On April 7 I celebrated 34 years of sobriety. No family member called. If any are still alive, they are interested in Rosamond’s sobriety that ended in 1994. That evil book is still trying to fix my sister’s flawed sobriety – and her flawed art. You would think she would wish me well – from beyond the grave! Trying To Save The Rosamond Legacy | Rosamond Press

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