Your comments and reviews are always welcome. Scroll down to read what people have said about The Signature Project and feel free to leave your own personal comments for others to enjoy.
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
I was fortunate to see you at the WASFAA conference and would like to add my own YO! Your project is amazing, astonishing, absolutely brilliant, beautiful, befuddling, cosmic, curious, completely deliriously exciting, excellent, fantastic, futuristic, flaming grand!, gentle, glorious, healing, holistic, hopeful, ingenious, insanely intelligent, joyful, kaleidoscopic, (whew!) loving, lilting, musically nuanced, NEAT-O!, opulent, overwhelmingly pleasant, pacific, peacefully quiet, quirksome, relaxing, rhythmic, regal......etc....
Needless to say, I was somewhat impressed! Your mind has some come up with so many amazing ideas that I am in awe of how it must be churning away in your head and how tied to your heart these ideas have become. Bravo! Not a bad blues player, either! Thank you for a wonderful revelation!
I had the privilege of seeing you at WASFAA. I felt blessed that I was able to see your work and overjoyed at your ability to enlighten people, and the sharing of such a wonderful tribute to spirit and the divinity that goes un-noticed by most. Thank you is not a big enough statement! May you continue to be such a beacon of light and hope for all eternity! I can hardly wait to have my children see your work! Thank you and Brightest Blessings to you and yours!
Patrick, thank you so much for making time in your busy schedule to come to Hatch, NM. You were the talk of the town for awhile. You gave all of us who attended your presentation an opportunity to feel at one with the universe. Justice loved holding the light in her hand, Sammy loved the guitar, you interacting with them made such an impression on them. The talent you displayed might well be the most amazing artistic delight many of the children in our community might ever experience. I personally felt it was one of the most amazing things I've had the good fortune to be a part of. I felt a tingle all the way through my "Green Roots" to my soul. Also a big thanks to Bryan. Safe journey to you. Please come back again!!!
The other day, a wonderful man come to my school, Kingston Junior High in Washington state. He brought with him, an amazing journey towards something, though unnameable to several people, still worth while to him. This man showed us beautiful music and uncanny ways of expressing his art. The binary code in the face of a man known to be his father; A machine, used to make music, that also made into a ride down a highway; A display that showed, every single one of us, were created equal. This mans name was Patrick Dunning, and I beleive he is one of the most creative and influential men I have ever met in my sixteen years of living. Thank you Patrick, for you have opened my eyes onto something new and delicate. I hope to meet you again someday, perhaps in person, for now, you are my hero.
I am an author and a pilot and an educator. I have taught for thirty years. I love it so much I could go another thirty. In my entire career I have never seen a better assembly for our students. The integration of the arts into the presentation was phenominal. The production values were astonishing. Moreover, it touched my heart and the hearts of my students.
Fine job! Thank you to expanding many minds, both young and old(er), on your visit to Mariposa Elementary.
Gil Brown (and 35 students)