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One of the most brilliant things I've seen in a long, long time. At times, I wanted to cry, at others I felt optimistic. Overall, this work increased the sense of connectivity I know we all have while living on this earth. Many blessings Patrick on your continued "journey"...
Patrick captivated an audience of adults and elementary aged children from start to finish with his presentation. He brought his ideas and experiences to life and connected them all using art and music and stories. I was deeply touched by the thoughtfulness that went into his work and his desire to share his lifes story with the public. It was heartwarming, touching, enlightening, and magical!
Sabrina Kathleen Flamoe
As a principal, I have NEVER seen every single kid and adult so engaged as during this show! It was incredible...kids were wondering if this was a magic show...and it truly was magical!
Hands down, this was amazing- the most amazing presentation ever! There was so much tension and emotion! you rocked the entire school with this. Keep up the good work!!!!!!
I cannot stop talking about your show and artwork! It was not only an amazing performance, but inspiring and from the heart. A show I'll not forget! Thank you for sharing with our students and staff at Van Zant School in Marlton.
I'm a teacher at Van Zant School in Marlton, NJ, USA. Patrick visited us today to share his amazing life and this beautiful project.I think is really important for kids to see people following their dreams, especially when those dreams are about beauty and art and not just about money and wealth.
I'm the Band Director at St Patrick School, Chatham, NJ...we spoke briefly after your show that day, Oct. 17. I had no idea we even had an assembly that day, and since my lesson times were changed, I said to another teacher, "Should I stay for this?" She said absolutely (she had seen it another year). So I did. I've never been so glad to have stayed for an assembly in my 42 years of teaching! Your show is fascinating, engaging, awesome and incredible! All I could think of was, "How did he THINK of all this,?!" and how much you know about so many facets of art, technology, music and media. I could watch it every day, I think, and still get something new out of it! Congratulations on grabbing children's attention (as well as adults) and fascinating us with your show. It IS Life, in all of its manifestations!
Thank you so much.
Peter J.Lyden, III
Just saw the project at Holy Cross School, Rumson. So much love - thank you. May its seeds sprout in the hearts of all who encounter it. (Hope you bring it to a public stage again so I can share it with my family).
The Celtic knot/dance brought to mind a piece by mathematician/artist Jos Leys. I can't post a link here, but you can find it by searching either his name, or "Bach Canon on a Moebius strip." If you're familiar with it, forgive my wasting your time; if not, perhaps you'll enjoy.
Thank you and God bless you,
Peter Lyden (family's from Galway, 2 gens back).
Hi pat, hope that project is coming along well. It is amazing how sooooo many things can be included in one piece of artwork. I love your creativity. You are so cool. Thanks,
You visited us at Chatham Middle School in New Jersey yesterday and I was completely moved by your performance, and comlicated thoughts. I left that auditorium changed forever, and wowed by all the work you have endured! Say hi to Bailey for me!! :)