In Christine Rosamond’s Studio

Rosamond Press

My late sister, the world famous artist, Christine Rosamond, was known round the world for her images of beautiful women. Her fans challenged her to do a portrait of a male. She chose me as her model. In her studio, she and my friend, Brian Purvis, each shot a roll of film while I posed, let my inner self, out. I wanted Christine to capture the true me. On both films there appeared what looks like lightning, fingers of electricity. Christine was freaked, and abandoned the project. I was a follower of Meher Baba at the time, and had studied the Indian religion that told me we were energy and light beings.

I believe these photos were taken in 1974. You can see a large stretched canvas in the background, and, what I believe Mark’s tape machine he made. Christine liked to listen to music while she worked.

I had…

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I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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