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Medium: Acrylic & latex on wood.
In 1975, Tyler
convinced the parents of 16 year old groupie Julia Holcomb (sometimes
spelled Holcolm) to sign over guardianship to him so that he could
live with her in Boston. They dated and did drugs together for
three years.Holcomb was referred to as "Diana Hall"
by the editor of the Aerosmith autobiography Walk This Way in
an attempt to conceal her identity, but other sources have confirmed
her identity.Pressures leading to their split included both their
age difference (Tyler was 27 when they first met), a house fire,
and a pregnancy that resulted in an abortion. Band member Ray
Tabano wrote in Walk This Way that the abortion "really messed
Steven up" because the child was a boy. Tyler wrote, "It
was a big crisis. It's a major thing when you're growing something
with a woman, but they convinced us that it would never work out
and would ruin our lives...You go to the doctor and they put the
needle in her belly and they squeeze the stuff in and you watch.
And it comes out dead. I was pretty devastated. In my mind, I'm
going, Jesus, what have I done?"
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