“I hate art!”

In April of 1994 I contacted my father in order to find out what happened to my sister. Vicki Presco and Jacci Belford – Stacey Pierrot’s best friend – are snubbing Vic. They have rolled up the red carpet to the Rosamond Gallery in Carmel, that was founded by Bohemians, and made famous by John Steinbeck. When I explained to Vic the darker side of lithographs, he said;

“I hate art!”

In my only conversation with executor Sydney Morris, he suggested I was an outsider trying to exploit the death of a POPULAR artist, that no serious art critic ever gave a review. Vic treated me like an outsider, and when I heard Christine parrot Vic’s opinions of me, we had a falling out. Rosemary is working for Christine and Rick Partlow, and told me they are doing tens of thousands of dollars of cocaine. She is supportive of her art, as is her ex-husband, who invested a $100,000 dollars in Rosamond.

This very hour, Rosamond Publishing says our mother only wanted ME to be a famous artist. How about Vic? Did he only want ME to be a world famous artist – when I am four years old! Here is proof I own a deep rooted resentment about Rosamond’s success – and as an adult – will say and do anything FOR MONEY! Tom Snyder quotes people close to THE ART saying all Rosamond was concerned about WAS MONEY! You can say this applies to all those who worked for Rosamond.

In 1976 I went to Vic’s house to kick his ass, as he demanded. My girlfriend woke me around 2:30 A.M. in the morning and told me Christine’s father was on the phone putting the make on my lover – again! This had happened several times, but Gloira did not wake me, she wanting to avoid – real trouble. At Vic’s appartment, his neighbor, a deputy police officer said;

“Put your hands up! I got my rifle pointed at your back!”

Did Captain Victim tell my sisters what a crazy person I am? Julie Lynch says she got an option from a producer for ‘Before The Wave’. I doubt it, because, said producer is going to hand this weird idea over to real scriptwriter for a proffessinoal opinion.

“Do you buy it, that a Four Year Old Child Monster – WITH TALENT – had it out for his three year old sister who is hiding in the closet lest he tell his Mommy, and she beat Rosamond with a clothes hanger?”

“Fuck no! These people are con-artists! Don’t buy it!”

John Presco

President: Royal Rosamond Press

Copyright 2021

Rosamond Publishing

THE BEGINNING: Oakland, California  If Christine’s parents had embraced her talent, there might be existing works from her childhood, but this was not to be. Fearing that Christine would steal her brother’s spotlight as the family artist, Christine’s mother, Rosemary, forbade Christine to draw at home. The only time she could express herself was at school or in her closet, by flashlight, when everyone else was asleep. Though we don’t have images to prove it, Christine’s kindergarten teacher has said that, by age five, Christine was already drawing with adult skill. She can remember Christine’s pictures of animals having near perfect detail and perspective.In addition to oppressing Christine artistically, Rosemary also dominated Christine with physical violence. Trying to support four children with only a high school education and little help from her alcoholic husband, Rosemary was often enraged. She took this rage out on Christine and Christine’s earliest known works reflect it. In Teenage Drawing II, her subject is reticent and withdrawn.  In Teenage Drawing III, the woman looks shocked and angry.

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