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Complaint Review: Deborah Morales
Deborah Morales20434 s. santa fe ave. #194 long Beach, California United States of America
Deborah Morales Iconomy Deborah Morales purchased my signature metal art and is reproducing it saying she is the artist. long Beach, California
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After a couple of months, the artist was tagged in some photos on social sites by friends who thought it was his art, it actually was but the artists didn't create them. He tracked down the location of where the photos were taken and it led right to Deborah Morales office in Long Beach California. the artists gut feeling was right, she had NO conscious for the artist and it was all about what she could get out of the artists hard work and signature style. So now since the artist finished her paintings about 5 months ago a lot has surfaced about Deborah and her all of a sudden becoming known for "Her large scale engraved paintings of some of the worlds most celebrated musicians, actors, sports heroes, and dignitaries". How can she be known for that in 3 months after buying my signature metal paintings? The artist has been creating paintings on metal and canvas for 13 years professionally and is truly known for that with celebrities, charities, and a whole lot more! If you need the evidence it is easy to find, you can easily google the real artists name and hers and then tell us who has a resume for that title!
Another thing is, Deborah doesn't even create what she is saying she is doing. She has a guy who grinds the metal to be like the real artists, she has a computer guy digitally creating the images to be like the real artists work or even recreate his. She then takes the file to get it printed. Of course she is taking all the credit for it. So not only is she committing fraud on the real artist but even the people who are actually doing the work. Deborah just wants to be in the spotlight and will do anything to be in it. Now she is working with Juliens Auctions in Beverly Hills and has paintings that are being advertised as estate items from Michael jackson and Evander Hollyfield! These items have never stepped a foot in the door at the estates and juliens Auctions should not be promoting them the way they are! the whole thing is a scam! We need to stop this auction and expose Deborah Morales as a fake. she shouldn't be able to take a true artists livelihood and become a known artist overnight when she has never painted a piece of art in her life. The real artist has all the evidence, contracts of her ordering paintings, contacts for everyone she has doing the work she says she is doing, and a list of other people she has screwed over in this way.
Deborah is not an artist and if she was known for the real artists technique then why would she come to him and order paintings from him? Deborah thinks she can turn into an artist over night by stealing a real artists creations 3 months aftershe ordered paintings from him. Look into her and see what comes up, you might be surprised.
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