I have just been contacted by Christie's in regards to a painting of my late father's collection. It was purchased during the war, and was damaged by the fire bombing, and soldier's gunfire. It has a small hole where the bullet went through. The owner of the painting was trying to restore some damage, so he could sell the painting for food, or something.
My father saw what he was doing, and stopped him by purchasing the painting right there and then. He knew the painting was valuable and didn't want it ruined.
Christie's wants to see more of the painting, and the signature, plus, the writing of the name, "WOLFARM", on the back. This name WOLFRAM is in capitals, and also must have a connection, to the war. My father always wanted to get the painting restored, but wanted it done right.
This is the odd reality of Caliban Strange. I am going to sell this painting at auction, hopefully. I have sold most of my father's collection already. I kept the big pieces, and the most important. Let's say I became famoust, then people will want these works, even more. It might still be better to sell now. Selling paintings is not what my father could figure out in his life time. People want a piece of you, when you make it. Justin Bieber's hair was sold for charity. A pack of matches owned by the late John Lennon, was also purchase for copious amounts of Moola.
I have a seventh degree of separation, with this rare collection, of my late father. It has been fun spending time and selling off the work here and there. I actually had a baseball bat with a patent on it, and sold it at auction. I also have a letter written by the wife of the late Jim Morrison. They were hand fasted in a new age ceremony. LOve it.
They should make a reality show of my life, like Duck Dynasty or Honey BooBoo. Follow my career, as a toy inventor who plays music. A product developer, and art Titan.