Ted Stourton prices


What’s a Ted Stourton worth these days? Not a lot and falling.

If you’re here because you bought a Ted Stourton original in the gloomy basement of Camelot Castle Hotel while he sang to you and shone a light through some canvases while dispensing gobbets of Scientology wisdom and you were hoping it had gone up in value (like he said it would)… we’re sorry.

The reality is that the price for a Ted Stourton is going to be less than what you paid for it. Owww. No-one’s selling Ted Stourton’s because (apart from the Light Box victims) no-one’s buying them. Certainly not anyone with any background in the art world.  We’ve tried to find some reference to them online… but all we can find is Ted and John’s own gushing copy in their own ‘good news’ publications.

Judging by many of the bad reviews on TripAdvisor, a lot of people feel they’ve been pressured into buying one of his paintings. If I was one of those people, I’d package up my unwanted Stourton and send it back recorded delivery with a solicitor’s letter explaining that I felt I was sold it under extreme duress.

There is a genuine (and sad) picture on this site of two Stourtons on sale in the Tintagel Gallery window – £40 the pair. That’s a pretty good guide to current Ted Stourton prices.

Comments
3 Responses to “Ted Stourton prices”
  1. karen says:

    I bought a painting from him in 2009 for £90 and had been sold it in the manner described! I wish I had googled him before now (not too good with technology) if I had been computer savvie then I would not have been ripped off!

  2. Brandon says:

    I have a Ted Stourton painting which I didn’t pay for. I have improved its value by painting the back of it white and using it as a small projector screen. This has significantly improved its usefulness.

Trackbacks
Check out what others are saying...
  1. […] attracted failed artists. With the Nazis, these included Hitler himself, while Scientology has Ted Stourton. — both systems have a 'secret police' and a concentration camp where people […]



Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: