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I saw your show really liked it (Valley School)
Thank you for bringing "The Signature Project" to the Valley School of Ligonier today. I feel privileged to have seen your performance twice now, since I was teaching here when you came the last time, back in 2004. Thank you for your awe-inspiring presentation, your boundless imagination, and your enduring messages about art, life, and the creative spirit. Everyone here was mesmerized by your performance, and the students cannot stop talking about it. Thanks so much for visiting us today!
Your performance was inspiring, I love your blend of music and art. Thank you for sharing your art and spreading love.
Lauren Clark -Lewis and Clark
What a great assembly! That will totally be in the year book! Maybe some day in the future somebody will follow the codes. Thanks for visiting us!
Thank you so much for giving me this amazing opportunity, the opportunity to watch such an amazing speech from such an amazing guy. You make me wanna draw! You changed my way of thinking. Thank You! I totally wish that I could watch that again and again and again until I fall asleep! Thank You for coming to Zach Elementary to show us this awesome piece of beautiful piece of artwork! I hope to see you again someday and when I'm older I hope I can sigh It. Again, THANK YOU SO MUCH!
We need more people like you. To find this inspiration deep in their soul and to show this remarkable quest. You have truly lifted our spirits by your presentation at Lewis & Clark Middle School. To get this experience with the actual YOU, Patrick Dunning. I hope your inspiration and encouragement never puts a stop to the people that have enjoyed your assembly. By doing this, you have sent a spark through your environment. We all hope that, someday, you will come back. Thank you. "I said: 'Someone should do something about that.' Until I realized, I am someone." ~ Unknown
Hello, Patrick Dunning. My name is Laurena Brooks, a 7th grader in Lewis & Clark Middle School, NE. I was truly startled by your shocking presentation, in a good way. To be honest, I thought it was going to be another one of those monotonous assemblies, but I was certainly wrong. My breath was blown away by your engrossing ideas. How everything precisely fit together to form one whole idea. In a meaning of your thoughtful father, your inspiring song-writer brother, and - of course! - you, Mr. Dunning. More people need to know about this, about your encouraging art. Every single box with every individual signature, forms a magnificent piece of art that performs so many things, just in one! It's truly astonishing. Your idea and how it's came to life is out of words. I hope that one day you come back to Lewis & Clark, someday. Thank you.
Hi! All I wanted to say is that your project is absolutely amazing. It's not only signatures but art. Not only art but it displays your amazing brother, which has a stunning talent, and your wise father. I, myself found this inspiring! More people need to know this, because this is one of the most spectacular, unique ideas no one else would've thought about. Your presentation at Lewis and Clark Middle School struck me. I had never heard such a thing--each individual rectangle, each individual signature could turn into an amazing piece of artwork that represents so many ideas. So many symbols that piece together as one and represent as one is just, out of words! I honestly cannot explain how amazing and inspiring and hardworking and how much perseverance and persistence this would take! If I recall, you have been working on this for 25 years?! That is crazy! I mean, seriously people! 2-5 years! Ha, that's... a VERY long time! Anyways... back to your INSPIRATIONAL work, it's not only you
you are so cool. It was my total favorite
assembly yet. Please come to holy name
1,000 more times.I would love to be part of the project
Hi, you were recently at my school Lewis and Clark and I wanted to say how stunning this is. The amount of creativity is amazing and how everything fits in. I was watching this in complete awe.