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Hello, my name is Robin Martin and I’m an art student at a University in Southern California. My friend viewed your work and suggested that I take a look since I love painting my dogs. I also love taking photographs, which I collage into my paintings. I noticed that you placed a sketch of brain in one of your paintings. I have also added a similar looking sketch to my work. Anyways, I love your paintings and photographs. They are beautiful and inspiring.
It was a pleasure to view your show at Northside Social Saturday night. You have developed a singular vision that is immediately recognizable as yours alone. I love your paintings/photographs of dogs, birds, and the occasional elephant combined with distressed wood. One feels your love of the planet and its inhabitants through the juxtaposition of these elements.
Your journals were a joy to view. All in all an exciting show. Congratulations.
Hello, I saw your installation “What Matters Most” this week at the Workhouse. I have not been able to stop thinking about it or telling people about it since. What you’ve done takes my breath away. Can’t remember when art has spoken to my core, like yours has. On Mother’s Day, after fried pickles in Clifton and a rousing game of frisbee golf, I even made my kids (17 & 22 yrs old) go back to the Workhouse to see it with me again. They were both fascinated by it and loved it as well. My son just graduated from college with a degree in anthropology. He takes his camera with him wherever he goes. I believe he found your work to be very inspiring (being a 22 yr old introspective male, I didn’t actually hear him speak those words, but…. well, I know him pretty well). Anyway, just wanted you to know that you have a new dedicated fan. Thank you for sharing the beautiful details of your life journey. You’re right, it is the intangible that stays with you.
James, I need to discuss a project with you – lost your contact info per cell phone disaster. Please give me a ring when you get a break in the action, 202-489-2237. I know you are busy now, so no rush. Have a good show!
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