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I was very moved by your art. For me it had a commanding and yet gentleness of spirit beckoning each citizen of the world to contemplate on the meaning of humanity.
It was a visual representation of an unspoken poem of what has been, what is, and the hope of what could be.
Your use of layers was very effective and I felt as if each layer represented a secret buried in the hearts of men.
I can not wait to hear that is all finished! I hope you get your corporate sponsors.
Long live the Irish! ;)
Wow! That was some program. You made us feel so good. Thank you. (You came to Kansas and visited Holy Spirit School)
What a wonderful experience! The students and I loved your presentation and your work!!!
William B. Archer
I was present at you recent show at the Lima, Ohio Civic Center for Procter & Gamble 7/15/04. As an artist myself, I replicate Tiffany stained glass shades, I can appreciate the thought, preperation and skill needed to do such a show and project. Thanks for coming to Lima. Do you have a shoe schedule as I have some family members I would like to have see your show. Thanks again.
Our two sons were so impressed with your presentation at Will Rogers Middle School that they insisted I see the evening performance in Miami, OK. I didn't imagine that it would be anything like what I experienced. The creativeness of the whole project is awesome and your presentation is inspiring. I couldn't help picturing the signatures as a tiny example of what God will be seeing as he checks the Book of Life to see if each individual one of our names are written there to accept us into Heaven. Thank you for your patience and for allowing us to sign it. I just wish my wife could have been there to complete the family in one tiny corner of your painting. Hurry and get the CD finished so we can show her our signatures!
HI, i just wanted to say wow! Words can't even explain how you music and yourtalent made me feel when youcame to my middle school. You are truly talented. That was amazing that you had put all the peoples name from September 11 on board 43. I lover how the hand was almost touching them like you know how they felt loosing there lives. now thoes people who did loose ther lives or to the people who knew someone who lost ther life my life goes out to you. I did have the honor of writing my name on the board and it was probily a once in a life time experence that I probily will never have again but one experence that i will always remember. Thank you soo much for sharing your time and effort with my school and myself it was an honor.
My 1st graders were totally enthralled with your project. I've never seen them so focused on a presenter at our school. Thank you for sharing your awesome talents and ideas with us. We will never forget it.
John P. Gross
I enjoyed the show presented at the Northwest Environmental Conference 10/16/02. I think that art with multiple layers, media and and meaning is a facinating concept. As I think about it I don't think the correct medium is being used. Perhaps this is just a tool but ultimately the whole thing needs to be digitized and made accessible via the net or perhaps a dedicated computer if you wish to manage access (as a museum does). In whatever way the finished work resides it is certainly groundbreaking.
I love what you have done with this. I just saw very interesting piece at my school (Lakeside) . And the whole time u had me on the edge of my seat. At every corner you had a new surprise, that i tried to figure out. I am very interested on the different things you have done, and what may come. I hope you have a grand success.
Valerie von Rosenvinge
Thank you so very much for your gift - I will write you a more significant summary of my response to your presentation when it has sat in my soul for a while - I want it to be meaningful. Your poster will hang in my classroom as a reminder to all of my students that we are all connected, all traveling a journey through experience that ultimately beings us back to where we belong. . . together as one.
love all ways
Valerie , the drama teacher,
Hopkinton High School