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All of Cottage Hill Elementary School agrees that we have never had a better assembly in the history of the school. Your multidimensional, thought provoking, touching presentation challenged us to rethink our perceived boundaries of creativity and the importance of our shared lives. You have taken what you love and given it a voice for all of us to learn from. I came away feeling that I could do anything I put my mind to, and I asked my students to think about the gifts they have been given and to always look for a way they can make their days center around that for the rest of their lives. Thank you for allowing our two students who recently lost their mother to cancer to sign. It was so healing for them. Thank you also for presenting in our less than dark multipurpose room. We truly hope we did not compromise your art or offend you. It was a beautiful experience for us. We hope you would consider returning next year. God bless you.
You are out of your mind! (in a good way)
On Friday, April 28th, following Patrick's show, the P.S. 53 family could not have been more appreciative or excited about The Signature Project. Aside from the educational value of the production incorporating Math, Science, History, Geography, Technology, the Arts, etc., you could not put a price tag on our feelings and amazement on so many levels. From his vision, genius and ability to connect and convey a message to the audience to the looks on the faces and reactions of the audience (Yes, some of us cried!), there wasn't a person who was not touched by this incredible experience. Sincerely, Angela Navarino,Parent Coordinator - P.S. 53
Staten Island, New York
I was extremely impressed by the Cultural Arts program you provided to our students of Parsippany NJ. I have been a coordinator for over 9 years and this was one of the most unique and touching performances we have had. You are not only an artist but a brilliant educator for all that see your program. Thanks for coming to Parsipppany!
Dorian Vicente RMS/CMS Cultural Arts Coordinator
Thank you so very much for brightening our day here at Torrence Creek Elementary School (Huntersville, NC) with such brilliant creativity! I was absolutely blown out of the water with your performance of art, music, math and the general love for mankind all united together into one. Your show was a great advocate for the arts and being the art teacher I greatly appreciate that!!! What you exposed the children to made them aware of how important each different subject they learn in school is and how it is all related. Your art holds so many levels of deep meaning is an inspiration and will always have a special place in my heart. I thank you again.
You have inspired me to look at EVERYthing differently, completely, deeply. I was brought to tears because of the complexity of emotion I experienced while being enveloped in your art.
Your mother is beautiful, your father would be proud. Thank you for honoring them in such a miraculous way.
Whoa, Paddy, a man who seems not to have a dominant side of the brain, rather a WHOLE brain user. You don't look at the world, but into the world. I was totally overwhelmed at the ISRI conference in Anchorage, AK. I'm the visually disabled woman who signed yur mural and am honored that my name will last 600 years on something.
Your art is brilliant! I enjoy classic art very much, but I love the way you combined art, music, and technology! Very clever! Continue on with the good work, and good luck with the rest of the project!
Dear Patrick, You have captured my heart, enriched my spirit, and given me a part in your legacy to the world by adding my signature.
My son was in the World Trade Center on 9/11, and survived.Your adding the names of those killed in the planes brought tears to my eyes. As has been said before, thank you is just not sounding like enough to let you know how your work has touched me and the gratitude for the "LIFE" you add to this world of ours.
WOW! My five year old was moved as much as I am by your brillant mind