Well, I am very, very Pleased to announce that the Salvation Army has respected My Wishes and removed My Artwork from their website. Thank You, Salvation Army. Now, is $37,000.00 too much to be as King for 1 year, 7 months, and 6 days of using My artwork to promote Your Brand while simultaneously misrepresenting My Good Intentions? I am thing King it is very reasonable, considering these paintings were also intended as Gifts for the Pope and the Queen upon the completion of an Art exhibition about their Divine Roles as the Father and Mother of Man’s Macrocosm, and were never returned to Me. Caroline Franks also interviewed Me about the paintings and Promised to promote My campaign, but instead failed to credit Me for the work and suggested it was the product of a Salvation Army art therapy workshop.
I Will be tall King more about this later, but for the Record, one of the reasons that the Salvation Army mega shelter isn’t on the top of My priority list, is because I don’t have anything against the Salvation Army as an organization, much as My complaint with the city of Ottawa regarding the Salvation Army may make it seem that Way. My Issue is really with Jason Prevost, and as far as I’m concerned, it is unfortunate for the Salvation Army because I don’t think he reflects their mission statement or objectives in any Way. I frankly find it astounding that such a man would be permitted to represent their organization but for now, he does – and as Acting manager while I was a client of the Salvation Army, he represents their corporation, as unfortunate as it may be.
This feels like something of a peace offering from the Salvation Army as an organization, and the gesture is genuinely appreciated. An apology would also be generously appreciated, as would compensation for the loss of these three irreplaceable and important Pieces of work.
Love and Blessings,