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I was at the presentation you did in Joseph City, Arizona. I just wanted to say, it was beautiful, in every way possible. The music that played, coupled with the pictures, zooming in and out of the painting, and shifting through people's faces, touched every part of me, starting with the heart. You, and your brother, have beautiful souls, and use them to create beauty, visually, musically, and poetically. You are an artist, every kind of artist: you are a musician, a painter, a poet, and a comic. Your presentation was excellent. I just hope that other people, in other places that you travel to, enjoy it as much as I did today.
and now...my comment:
a dear recipe kneaded into a Celtic knot...a man defined and refined through morse code...raceless faces...music in the air...binary pointillism...reflective eyesight...nuclear and way-extended family connections...Sir, you have brought a "seemless" bunch of fragments and woven them into a seamless expression of Life as it should be: whole, connected and beautiful.
Lyra W. Dickerson
Your presentation Saturday was pure genius. I have never seen anything like your use of multi-media. I have tried to describe what I experienced to several people but cannot convey the awesomeness of the project. Thank you for sharing your artistic talent and gift with the world.
Garrett Dillon Kessner
THAT WAS THE COOLEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE!!!!!!!!!!!
This was the best show I have seen here in 30 years.( Teacher in Spring Lake Heights N.J.)
Richard Freeman Evans
I'm the art teacher that came up to you at Eastmont Junior High (East Wenatchee, WA). You don't live that far away, but your spectrum of consciousness spans the entire universe! Alex Grey, the artist, threads the seamless fabric of the creative process as a spiritual path and Ken Wilber writes some of the most profound books about connecting the multifarious evolution of human consciousness, but you have managed to present "it" as an experiential, spectacular, and elaborate extravaganza. You have exposed the higher mission of art and encourage others to break out and create with HEART AND SPIRIT. Experience the journey of this miraculous life and universe and grab onto as many eternal moments as one can.....I'll hold this vision in my minds eye...thanks for the glimpse of the unknowable.
Janet Boyd Boff
Dear Mr. Dunning,
I was touched on many levels by your phenomenal presentation today at Copper Beech School. Your vision, passion and commitment to celebrate Life was deeply moving. One of our student's, who recently lost her mother, shared a huge smile with me as she was leaving the gym. I looked at her and said "isn't it amazing, Katie,--all the connections." Her smile grew bigger. Thank you for helping her see that, and for reminding the rest of us of our connectedness. I was so thrilled to sign the panel today, but I realize that I didn't thank you for the honor of being part of the Signature Project. Thank you for the gift. Janet
I was awestruck and spellbound throughout this amazing experience. Your work is unique and truly inspirational to all who strive to have their lives reflect their dreams for themselves and the world.
Hey, I have just seen your presentation at Warren Hills High School in Warren County, NJ, and I must say it was one of the most amazing things I have ever seen in my life. I wasn't expecting it to be that great seeing as how it was in my school and the fact that past experiences have molded my visions of in-school presentations to corny/crappy things that bore you to death. This was (AMAZINGLY) refreshing and I thank you heartily for the hour or so you spent giving the presentation. The whole comtemporary view of art conglomerating concepts of vision, music, and traditional artistic styles, not even mentioning the thousands of signatures going into this, fascinated me. Don't stop doing this crazy thing, because I can see that when it's done, it's done for a damn good reason. I probably don't know what it is, but it's still incredibly important it's finished. Peace.
I substitute taught today on 2/1/06 at Toby Johnson Middle School (Elk Grove, CA). It was such a wonderful presentation and it's such a great project to share with these students and the world for that matter. How I would love to be a part of something so grand! I graduated from San Jose State University with an art degree in photography. I taught 7th grade science and am currently enrolled in the Master's program for integrating technology in education at Stanislaus State University in Turlock, CA. I think your presentation would be a wonderful thing to share with the teacher credentialing program at the university. It would be a great opportunity for future teachers to see the arts, science, math, social studies, and music being integrated so seemlessly into a fabulous statement of mankinds strengths and frailities. BRAVO! Encore!
Thanks for sharing yourself,