Pierrot’s fake movie script is based in part on “Mommy Dearest’. Stacey tried to sell a fake frog done by another artist, until I aleerted Sydney Morris. https://rosamondpress.com/2015/11/30/the-joan-crawford-hour/
“According to Investment News, a painting by French Post-Impressionist artist Paul Gauguin is at the center of an investment scandal, enacted by former NFL player Russell Allen Erxleben. The retired kicker was arrested last month after he allegedly amassed over $2 million through a complicated Ponzi plot that included an opportunity for investors to buy into the purchase of Gauguin’s “The Sorcerer of Hiva Oa,” which Erxleben claimed was worth $58 million.”
What constitutes Art Fraud. Selling a work of art you do not own, is one form of Art Fraud, along with forgery. Stacey Pierrot advertised the art work of Sandra Faulkner on the Rosamond Gallery webpage when it came out in 1996. She said Christine Rosamond painted Dunkin the Frog, when Faulkner did. Faulkner and Pierrot were hoping a investor would come forth and offer to produce these items.
The artist, Lynn Larson, is illustrating one of…
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