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This multi-media performance piece is an absolute wonder! I saw it at a conference on October 16th, in Portland. .... I walked away in awe of how Mr. Dunning has used such unique methods of showing the inter-connectiveness of the universe, and all that is in it. The sheer magnitude of The Signature Project is inspiring to those of us that want to make a difference in our little corner of the world. Everyone that has an opportunity to experience this must do so. It will send shivers up your spine!
Unbelievably creative, thought provoking, touching, inspiring, and extremely entertaining. Patrick Dunning's Signature Project Presentation was brilliant. The best I have witnessed in my 21 years of teaching!
I saw your show on September 26, 2002, at a conference in Tacoma. WOW! Unbelievable project and captivating presentation. I will be recommending you to my employer who is committed to and embraces diversity. Your project brings the world together. Everyone needs to see this!!
Patrick I just returned from the NHRMA conference and experienced your presentation of the signature project...it was the most phenomenal and uplifting experience I've had in a long time...You truly have a remarkable gift to share with the world...thank you so much for sharing your gift with me and the members of our organization.
I am speechless. After assimilating what I can of the experience, perhaps I'll comment later on this site.
"Thank you" is not adequate
I am going to follow this now. After seeing your presentation at Lakeside middle school I have had deliscious and nutritious food for thought. The face of art has changed and continues to change. Your concept, message, wholistic approach to your art and wonderful ability to bring all these media together (technology, paint, environments, stories and peoples lives). I want to watch the blossom bloom and if I can help with the polish of a little more of the theater I'll do that to. I'll try to get you in touch with the Imago Theatre, they are a great resource. Good luck Patrick!
Throught history many artists have facinated the world with their amazing and innovative creations. Sometimes their work is appealing to many people, sometimes it appeals only to the artist. Whatever the case, each piece is a masterpiece in it's own way. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, it's all about perspective. The Signature Project is far too intense for me to describe in words, I can only try. Behind the beautiful painting is a truth, both joyous and sad. On March 4th, 2002 I saw your presentation of the Signature Project at Bonners Ferry High School. It touched me on a personal level and for that I thank you. Watching your presentation not only amazed me, but also made me wonder what kind of thoughts run through your mind on a daily basis. I think that you are a brilliant man and have much to offer the world. The Signature Project is not only a work of art, it is an inspiration that will touch the hearts of many. I wish you the best of luck in life and work.
It was the most detailed,and amazing thing I've ever seen.Totally cool!
I am a teacher at Hatch Valley Middle School, in Hatch, New Mexico, and I saw your presentation on 2/9/05. I would just like to let you know how much I enjoyed it and how much I am awed by what you are doing. I was extremely impressed with not only your presentation but the concept, and also the mind behind it. You are truly doing something good, something that matters, and something for which you should be commended. I am honored to have been able to sign your picture and to be a small part of your genius. You have truly impacted me. Thank you so much.
Phillip Lucero/ SallyLucero
Patrick, my son Phillip came home from school today (Mariposa Elementary School) and could not stop talking about how great the assembly was today,
he was empressed with all the signatures and your life. thank you for bring that great assembly to his school