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Lovely site. I will remember it and recomend it for my friends. I would be happy if we can change banner/link with each other. Contact me if you are interested. Please visit me at http://www.djupet.com -Art by Michael U Johansson
submitted by Michael U Johansson on Saturday, March 26, 2005 at 10:28:36


Lots of fans of your work. Good for you. But, from where I stand it doesnt say anything and you obviously cant draw. So, congrats on the nice site but you suck as an artist.
submitted by Steven [] () on Friday, March 25, 2005 at 10:20:15


I enjoyed your art, and found your site very easy to navigate. Look forward to visiting again. -Melissa http://www.art.com/memberartist/Melissa_powell
submitted by Melissa [Aiken, SC] on Thursday, March 24, 2005 at 14:44:58


hello Kelly ,,iam an artist also ur work is very intriguing ... ilove art u have to see into this way //// a fellow artist dee
submitted by dee [Detroit, MI] on Thursday, March 24, 2005 at 13:07:33


Hi Kelly ! Bonjour à tous de France ! Bravo pour ton annuaire international dans lequel j'ai l'honneur de figurer ! I will work hard on my web site this year !
When do you come to Paris ? Amicalement,
Laurent Bavella (www.enfance-art.com)

submitted by Laurent Bavella [France]) on Wednesday, March 23, 2005 at 17:12:32


Thank you for mail. I developed the link with your site. I am a fan of your picture. I can become happy by seeing your picture. my website: www.h3.dion.ne.jp/~esprit/
submitted by Mikoto [Hokkaido, Japan] on Saturday, March 19, 2005 at 07:57:32


Ummmmmm......tasty! My current favorite artiste!
submitted by Jerry Colburn [North Little Rock, AR] on Friday, March 18, 2005 at 19:46:04


People are major assholes. Your art seems nice to me and not very "evil" so I guess I don't understand some of these comments. I guess the wholesome "good" people have nothing better to do than to be negative and nasty pieces of shit. Well, we see the state the country is in because of them so I figure they will get theirs soon enough.
submitted by Mohawke of DigitalDarknet ["U"gly "S"tupid "A"mericans] ( on Wednesday, March 16, 2005 at 16:06:26


Great work, cool site. I'm Inspired! Thanks!!
submitted by Toad () on Tuesday, March 15, 2005 at 22:40:34


you art is very wicked. i'm an artist myself, and i hope to get like you one day. everyone says my art is demented, and i'm only 14. i've been drawing since i was able to pick up a pencil.keep doing what you are doing, b/c it is working!
submitted by noose_necklace [Arlington ,TX] on Saturday, March 12, 2005 at 13:02:56


I like the notion of the integration of light & dark within. We ALL have it! Great Work, even sometimes humorous. Guess it workd differently for different people. Much better than Real Estate ha!
submitted by Johnny [UK] on Saturday, March 12, 2005 at 03:11:53


You are sick sick sick...I recommend you check your meds. I think there is a possibility we will see you in jail by the end of next week. Art criminal thats you. I dont care how brilliate the art is you are crazy. How could you throw away your life doing something like this? People in the world need goodness and you have nothing but the devil in you!
submitted by from very very far away [Springdale,AR] () on Wednesday, March 9, 2005 at 22:36:22


Congratulations on your winning competition at A La Carte Gallery in Santa Fe. I am so happy to see all the progress you have made with your art, Kelly. Your successes are a thrill for me to see! Are you in Santa Fe? Please drop me a quick note and update me as to where you are, etc. Cheers and Bravo to all you do!
submitted by Bootsie Ackerman [Fayetteville,AR] ) on Monday, March 7, 2005 at 15:40:27


Like your site!
submitted by Penny [] (b_grant1@yahoo.co.uk) on Sunday, March 6, 2005 at 05:57:26


Really fiesty website.. enjoyed it!!!!! thank you for you inspiration.
submitted by Shannon [Oklahoma City,OK] (none) on Thursday, March 3, 2005 at 16:37:38


Fuck, cool, excellent! have you ever thought of putting your work on toothbrushes and eggcups? if you did i would buy one and i would use it everyday and my teeth would be clean forever more! and i would use my egg cup everday to eat my breakfast so that i will grow up big and strong and be a healthy young person. I'm an artist too but i only ever clean my nose when i've sneezed and i never EVER pick my nose and eat it. I think that art is the best thing since sliced bread, although saying that toast rocks. i love you and rainbows and tulips and catterpillars and grannys....smile
submitted by sam buster [England]on Tuesday, February 22, 2005 at 05:34:42


Wow. I am really into expressionism at the moment. I love art and you are really talented. It looks awesome. Keep up the good work, you will be extremely famous one day!
submitted by Dustin Casteel [Etowah,TN] on Thursday, February 17, 2005 at 21:43:33


Great styles! Really like the work!
submitted by alex [neuss,germany] on Monday, February 14, 2005 at 13:21:55


I love the work. There are great hints to COBRA in the work; Jorn in particular. Not to say there isn't a healthy splash of your own inventions. I will be back to check your updates. Good luck! www.davidalexandersmith.net
submitted by David [London,UK] ) on Tuesday, February 8, 2005 at 09:35:36


Hi, like the other Kelly Moore, I was just googling my name and your's came up. Your stuff is really interesting. Keep working.
submitted by Kelly Moore [Philadelphia,PA] () on Sunday, February 6, 2005 at 15:33:45


Greetings from home! I thought you might want to know that in Katie's art class she was telling her teacher that she was modelling her painting after the famous artist 'Kelly Moore'. You make a differnce. Don't let all the mean people who sign this guest book bring you down. Knowing you, they probably make you smile.. :-) Keep in touch! Lori
submitted by Lori McBee [Fayetteville,AR] () on Wednesday, February 2, 2005 at 10:49:33


Amazing how people can be so mean spirited and nasty in the face of someone who has the courage to do art and the work to display it. I bet these same dirty mouthed 'artists' likely turn around and support the status quo in every other way.. I think your work is wonderful to watch as it unfolds from 1996 to 2005. I particularly like your new 'untitled' on the 2005 page. Keep doing it Kelly!!! and don't let the bastards (and bitches) get you down!
submitted by Shelli Joye [Oakland,CA] on Tuesday, February 1, 2005 at 13:26:39


Why isn't any of your old work on the site. You know, the work that looks nothing like what's up there now? The work you were copying before you started copying the people who originated your current "style"? I'll know what your "art" is going to look like in 5 years by looking at what's popular on ebay in 3 years. You'll be copying that. Ever done anything original? I already know the answer to that.
submitted by ? [] () on Sunday, January 30, 2005 at 17:34:32


Good shit. I'm inspired. Fuck the critics. Have you ever considered putting your work on T-shits, 'cause I'd buy one. Keep on keepin' on.
submitted by the 13th Dog [Perth, ON Canada eh!] on Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 17:53:43


You guys are all idiots. I'm the only one with any brains at all. Good job!! nice site!! thank you for creating this site. peony, peony, flower, tree peony, peony plant.
It was submitted by peony,peony [] (http://www.wholesalepeony.com ) on Thursday, January 20, 2005 at 12:05:56


I just happened upon your site, while actually searching for myself. :D I thought it was neat to see someone with such talent that shared the same name with me. Who in turn was from Arkansas as well.
submitted by Kelly Moore-Boyles [Jonesboro,AR] on Thursday, January 20, 2005 at 12:05:56


Great work Kelly, I really like it!
submitted by Avella on Monday, January 10, 2005 at 10:13:11


Your paintings are wonderful...raw emotion and stunning use of colour...keep up the great work.
submitted by Virtue [http://www.virtuefern.com] on Friday, January 7, 2005 at 20:09:08


I thoroughly enjoyed your work. You reminded me another great artist (thematically not compositionally or technically), José Tola. I am looking forward to see it live.
submitted by Esteban [Lima, Perú] on Sunday, January 2, 2005 at 02:42:48


Your so-called art sucks...you should be ashamed to call yourself an artist. Not only that I would not be surprised if you were an ax murderer or maybe a devil worshipper (which is what most of the liberals in the world seem to want to make the heros) Also, I dont know how you get to show any paintings anywhere but the fact that you displayed work in a museum or art center just tells me that the state of art is pathetic!!! Please go away and let the REAL ARTIST get the attention they
deserve!!!

submitted by yawahh [Rogers, Arkansas] (Imanexpert@yahoo.com) on Tuesday, December 28, 2004 at 16:33:31


I like you art, is beautiful, great, professional, wow, congratulatios!
my website: www.ROSSANAMARGARITA.COM (portraits and more.)

submitted by www.RossanaMargarita.com [Chicxulub,Yucatán, México] on Saturday, December 25, 2004 at 22:00:56


Brilliant, powerful stuff you've got!
submitted by Don Pepe [Finland] () on Wednesday, December 22, 2004 at 02:02:26


Cheers to you! great site, you are doing what I aspire to do. You are making a difference; hang your hat on that fact.
submitted by braden andrew abbott [St. Charles, MO] on Wednesday, December 15, 2004 at 14:23:10


Paint ME a Big PHAT pic of a "WATERMELON"!! Be safe and stay golden - D.S.
submitted by Dana [Middle Class, Non-Voting Republican] () on Tuesday, December 7, 2004 at 23:55:28


Kelly- there is a lot of passion in your work. A captured theme. I really like the donation to a worthy cause concept. As a fellow artist I applaud this and will look into this concept for my site-personally as well as professionally. Keep up the fight and the vision.
submitted by J. Brian Pfeiffer [Bennington, NY]
on Wednesday, December 8, 2004 at 08:37:54 www.asculptorsoul.com

I really like your site & I love what you do. Check out my site about process painting, www.paintbrushfire.org, and let me know if you’d like to do a link exchange.
submitted by Naomi Rifkin: Brush Fire Painting Workshop [San Francisco. CA] on Monday, November 15, 2004 at 10:21:09


great job.
submitted by alban on Monday, November 15, 2004 at 04:07:53


The new stuff is great! Your best work yet.
submitted by Jay Marvin WLS Radio [Chicago, IL] on Saturday, November 13, 2004 at 15:56:10


It rocks, it really does. I have the most important view, screw everyone else's opinion.
It was submitted by kt in Britian on Wednesday, November 10, 2004 at 14:17:30


Angry, Angry, Angry. Kelly, Dude, Chill the Fuck Out. Breath, exhale, Chill, You are a good artist. Repeat this to yourself over and over. Fuck the critics. Your to old and not hip enough to be this angry. You art still rocks, just relax and enjoy life.
A Friend () on Saturday, November 6, 2004 at 04:34:16


dear kelly, your artwork is very great and emotional!
from marion Germany Thursday, November 4, 2004


Ironic, irrational, irregular, irreparable, irresistible, irritant, irreverent ... Keep going hard-working!!! was submitted by Antonio Ishaq, Rio de janeiro on Saturday, October 16, 2004 at 13:48:07


Hey, anonymous ... mean people suck. was submitted byCupcake, Fayetteville, Arkansas on Friday, October 15, 2004 at 14:58:04


You call yourself an artist? I think you would make a better house painter! was submitted by anonymous, nowhere, on thursday, october 14, 2004 at 11:01


Kelly Just WOOF the work is powerful,fun and exceptional. paint on Bob was submitted by Bob, New York on Tuesday, October 12, 2004 at 21:02:22


I was inspired by your work.I am also an "outsider self-taught artist" but not a sucsessful "financially" one. I've been looking for other artists that are going thruogh or already have the experience of struggling artists like myself. I look foward for your suggestions. If you may be so kind to look at some of my work I could use some advice. thanx gus was submitted by Gustavo Ramirez, Miami, Florida on Friday, October 8, 2004 at 14:51:58


You probably don't remember me, but we went to High School together a very long time ago (Ha). I happen to run across your site and wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your art. It is provocative and disturbing. I'm impressed! I will look forward to following your career. Best Wishes. was submitted by Darla Nash,Bentonville, AR () on Friday, September 24, 2004 at 15:50:48


Oh Dear....... was submitted by Mark Smith () on Wednesday, September 22, 2004 at 06:56:22


REad your comment about Shakit Gawain on the ArtBiz site, and knew I had to see your work ! How terrific and delicious it is ! You inspire me to loosen up as I get so up tight with my work and worry and analyze and blah, blah, blah. It looks like you just put it out there and delight in every morsel of paint applied. You may enjoy a site I get regular e-mails from as well if you don't subscribe already (free, of course)rgenn@sarphina.com. It's good and worth your time. Bravo to you Kelly Moore, and thanks for the inspiration to quit agonizing over my canvas !Dreama Kattenbraker was submitted by Dreama Kattenbraker, Fincastle, on Monday, September 20, 2004 at 19:37:51


Great arting! Even better is the fact that you sell it. I do all kinds of Arting: Assemblages, Digital Art, Photographer, Metal Smith, Sculpture, Torch Fired Enameling, Studio Jewelry. There's no profit, but it keeps me busy and occupied.
Keep Arting. Jeff (Weseye)
was submitted by Jeff Wesley,Lansing , MI on Monday, September 20, 2004 at 15:04:30


as always i enjoy looking at your art. what is missing in some who do not understand is an appreciation for art, period! was submitted by Pilan, Californian () on Monday, September 13, 2004 at 11:56:39


we're in school in a graphics lesson looking at your work. its really cheered us up in a funny sic twisted darkway. really inspiring work.thankyouwas submitted by barry, alfie and james,oswestry, United Kingdom,


I am starting to wonder about my own sanity now . . . Your painting, "Birdie," is so goofy-looking and makes me laugh so much that I am starting to like it! was submitted by Fred Kerlerec, New Orleans, LA on Friday, September 10, 2004 at 11:26:19


Yeah, I see a LOT of "duality" here - like BIG ego, little talent . . . Do you think that by throwing out a few "big words" or "aesthetic" catchphrases you can make your scrawls "art"?????? Sorry about the fire, but congrats on your recent acceptance in a juried competition. Was it Mencken who said, "Never overestimate the intelligence of the public"????? was submitted by Fred Kerlerec, New Orleans, LA() on Wednesday, September 8, 2004 at 10:17:41


This is some of the most satisfying contemporary work I have seen lately. was submitted by WildBob ()Charlotte, NC, USA on Tuesday, September 7, 2004 at 20:23:41


Wow, I love it.....All ! I have before and I still do. Don't listen to the critics, just listen to your own self. They probably don't have any ideas of their own anyway. There must be something in the air we are breathing, cause I want to just "sell it all too". Oh well, no matter where you go, there you are. Just keep on keeping on. Tell them all to just kiss it! I can give out great advice, now I need to go back and read it for me!! Don't ever change unless YOU want to. Love and kisses,Joan was submitted by joan bunge, Rutledge, Georgia,USA on Tuesday, September 7, 2004 at 11:17:53


Kelly! I thought you were moving to Mexico! And, oh yes, you can take it with you-all of it in fact. Just pack it up and lay it down somewhere else. You should know that by now. My advice: Shave that horrible beard(you are so handsome underneath it) and stop distracting yourself with being incontent. There is nowhere you can go that is far enough away from you. Shame on you!!! was submitted by Anne Fisher(amf01), Fayetteville, AR on Tuesday, September 7, 2004 at 07:56:27


i like the guy who hates your work, and needs to come back every couple of days to tell you so....LOL. was submitted by lorita,outside the box,...watching, on Monday, September 6, 2004 at 15:18:44


Fantastic. I am thoroughly inspired to continue painting. Thank you. was submitted by Mary, NY () on Saturday, August 28, 2004


I have heard about you since we share the same name, and wanted to see for my self. I love your painting with Kelly on it.was submitted by Kelly Moore,Scranton, PA on Wednesday, August 18, 2004 at 00:21:26


Finally some encouragement for this struggling artist, to see that your guestbook is as rich with envious detractors as it is compliments. I myself am somewhat of a raw artist - I use ground minerals in every color imaginable to make very textured paint. I have been fortunate to have a few works shown in a trendy restaurant in an area that is mostly upper class Baptist rednecks, and I am sorry to say that they are winning. My work is controversial and unacceptable in a town that only likes oil paintings of fruit bowls and waterfalls - though I have actually managed to get 15 minutes of local TV time for my work - my work is being taken down in favor of "Contemporary Rustic", in other words something that won't upset these dried out country club biddies. I am so far an unwelcome upset to the comfortable world of art in Highlands, NC, and they are doing their damnedest to keep me out, but when I see my fellow artistic insophisticates out there pushing like I am, I know I have to keep going. Laura Z was submitted byLaura Z, Cullowhee, NC on Tuesday, August 17, 2004 at 14:11:56


I really love your art. It reminds me of Basquiat! Cool. I'm an artist too, only nothing like this could ever come out of me. Good luck to you. was submitted by Elodie Margrite,Brooklyn, NY on Tuesday, August 17, 2004 at 02:18:30


I have reviewed your entire site and your blog. You probably will not post this entry in your guest book, but I agree with those of your critics who have pointed out the vast discrepancy in size between your ego and your talent. You seem to have a seed of talent, but are too caught up in your self-portayal as a "tortured artist," rejecting the "establishment," etc., etc. A news flash for you - it's been done before, and better, by Van Gogh and Gauguin! Why don't you drop the cliches, practice some humility, and take some art lessons? In one of your blog posts, you claim you are selling everything you own and hitting the road, perhaps to Louisiana. Are you going to shut down your site and sell your computer too? I doubt it!!!!! Listen, while you're in Louisiana, why not check out www.noafa.com? Afraid of a little criticism? Or putting forth effort? was submitted by Frederic Kerlerec, New Orleans, LA on Monday, August 16, 2004 at 10:57:52


you making good works, really good. something intriguing. something true. Wishing you good luck. www.chystiakov.com was submitted by Nikolai Chystiakov, NY, NY, US) on Friday, August 13, 2004 at 22:39:30


Hi there Kelly! I bought one of your pieces 2 years ago. It was a bit different from your other work at the time, more raw and more abstract....a bit more introspective. Your most recent work has now moved in that same direction, less literal, purely pictoral, and much more rich in texture, layering and abstraction. There is an influence of Basquiat, DuBuffet, and a wonderful fresh similarity to a little known artist named Gus Finkelstein, whose work is also incredible. But now I can!Hitler's mindless self-righteous minions labeled the works of Munch, Picasso, Kolwitz, and Van Gogh as "depraved" and "degenerate", and of course "child-like". Boy, were they stupid idiots! The "academics" of Paris at the turn of the century labeled the work of Manet, Pissaro, Monet, Degas, and Renoir as "amateurish" and "child-like" Their art has not only outlived the artists, but also those bozo self-described, self-righteous critics. Why are people so afraid of new thought or new ideas? Our country is filled with such mindless know-nothing Nazis who think art should be the schlocky, schmaltzy crap that is produced by that "painter of light", Thomas Kinkaid. It appeals to people who think real art is sold in Sears. They have no idea what art is, how it reflects our society and our feelings, not just what we see. They are mistaking "craft" for vision, originality, spontaneity, and self-expression. They've also NEVER set foot in a museum...just their fat lazy asses into barcaloungers. But history is their judge. With the works of Pollack, DeKooning, Basquiat, Klein, Rothko, DuBuffet and many other abstract and raw artists selling in the millions, the art of their traditional "masters" sells as cheap posters in malls. And that's where that type of stuff belongs: in Double-wides.I have watched the progression of your pieces and artwork from your first days on the internet (yes, ebay), and I'm very impressed with your evolution as an artist and your expression of your insights onto canvas.By the way, I am an artist also. But I am also a professional architect and a professional interior designer. Fuck these so-called "critics" who know nothing about art...they are amateurs. And if they think what you or I do is easy, they should put their "talent" where their loud mouths are, and create something themselves.... it's harder than they childishly think. And it is also easier for them to talk because they themselves lack the ability or creativity to "do". So, Kelly, keep DOING. Larry was submitted by Larry D. Davis Fern Park, FL, USAon Thursday, August 12, 2004 at 09:04:15


Wonderful work...Lots of imagination driven by powerful form and color.Just keep on doing what you do..... excellent work. Bob www.robertdhogge.com was submitted by Robert d Hogge on Wednesday, August 11, 2004 at 08:57:29


Your work is so raw, so great. was submitted by Andy Finkle on Tuesday, August 10, 2004 at 13:42:26


your art is brilliant, i can see how much expression and yourself into these. i felt like i really needed to sign this guestbook after reading some of the horrible, horrible entries there are from people that are either jealous of your work or just plain stupid. my adice to them is, if you want to criticise, do it constructively or not at all. have you heard of matt sesow? you would like his work very much i think, but i am sure you will know of him.best wishes, and you are a true inspiration,david xxxxx was submitted by david kelly, london, england, on Monday, August 9, 2004 at 01:55:47


looks like it's fun to do. was submitted by sr, PA, () on Sunday, August 8, 2004 at 16:19:59


Guess what? Your "art" is STILL garbage! And your "fans" should LEARN HOW TO SPELL, not to mention they should learn to SEE! But I suppose they console themselves with the notion that they are more "sophisticated" and "artistic" than me and the other HONEST critics; it makes them feel better about themselves and their own pathetic lack of the true talent, patience, and dedication necessary to create genuine art! Hell, the Cro-Magnon cave artists were better artists than the bunch of you! was submitted by Zouave Outlaw,Houma, LA (no email address) on Tuesday, August 3, 2004 at 15:39:43


I find your work refreshing. Very original. was submitted by kim lovett, calgary, AB, Canada,() on Monday, August 2, 2004 at 12:44:28


Hi Kelly! I have been working as a professional illustrator for several years. My work has been purchased by clients worldwide, I have been featured in several design/illustration annuals and I have won some pretty fancy awards. Although illustation is more commercial than art you still need a sense of colour, form and aestetichs. (And I do paint on the side also) Im only telling this to give some idea of my level of experience and background for having opinions on your work. And I dare say it's brilliant! You are a TRUE artist and to all the envious wannabe and obviously unsucessfull "artists" out there who dare to say otherwise I recommend that they go screw themselves. Or - simply realize that the level of hatred they seem to feel towards your work and success probably steems from beeing untalented themselves. Attending artschool does NOT automatic make you an artist! Neither does beeing able to draw naturalistic. The whole point of artschools is to teach basics so that you can evolve and create your OWN UNIQE STYLE. Some people express a unique style naturally AKA autodidacts. As for that lameass Ben quote; some of the worlds greatest writers have never attended writing classes or majored in english (or their native language) Does that make them fools?! was submitted by Nina - Norway () on Monday, August 2, 2004 at 07:29:34


ben franklin was an asshole was submitted by () on Tuesday, July 27, 2004 at 18:40:37


Frankly, your "art" is worthless, tasteless trash. If it "says" anything at all, it says, "Look at me! I'm a wannabepseudo-artist, like that no-talent dopehead Basquiat." Just remember what Benjamin Franklin said, "He that teaches himself hath a fool for a master." Old Ben hit the nail on the head in your case! Take some art lessons!submitted by Zouave Outlaw () Houma, LA on Tuesday, July 27, 2004 at 15:33:23


hi kelly, from one to another.. i cannot believe the arrogance of so called critics-to them it is so easy to use the words, thridgrade and stinks.. these must be trained artists-so to them i say please submit your resume to hallmark, they would enjoy your duck paintings and bored realist attitudes. i think your work is fantastic, and it takes guts to put up a guestbook.so the negative peoples- try and find your own way, sick, jealous, and lacking any form of true creativity..go bother someone else.. kelly, keep finding!-chris was submitted by christopher giordani () on Monday, July 26, 2004 at 22:08:29 bethlehem, pa


I like the look of your new site! I love the combination of the intensity of your paintings and the clean tranquil lines of your site. Your paintings, as always, are powerful. They continue to engage me in a wonderful dialogue..that never seems to waiver. was submitted by sue () on Tuesday, July 20, 2004 at 00:00:45


Kelly, Your work has really grown by leaps and bounds since I've moved to Fayetteville. It has been a real pleasure working with you. You are one of the most real and honest individuals in this area and they would be honored to have more like you. You are a true artist in every sense but most of all you refuse to let profit and personal gain determine what kind of artist/person you are. was submitted by
John Moore, Fayetteville Arkansas (http://www.enki3d.com) on Sunday, July 18, 2004 at 19:15:12


honest work was submitted by THE DARKWORLD PROJECT () on Friday, July 9, 2004 at 05:52:29


Kelly, Your latest work is fucking brilliant. It's been a great pleasure to watch your work change and grow these past few years. Paint on... was submitted by Cindy, MI
() on Wednesday, July 7, 2004 at 11:09:22


very good site best regards http://www.sms-sprueche-index.com/sitemap.htm>SMS was submitted by Tom, Germany, () on Wednesday, July 7, 2004 at 10:58:11


Nice work! Do you have a price list? submitted by Alicia () on Tuesday, July 6, 2004 at 15:11:09


Nice use of color! Your faces are great! was submitted by Lou Majors () on Wednesday, June 30, 2004 at 11:03:39


Thanks for the peek at a wonderful talent. was submitted by Androto Canon, Pinewa, Poland, (mailto:andrto@aol.com) on Wednesday, June 23, 2004 at 02:17:57


Hi...My friend, Annie Grgich, says that I am so far out that 'outsider' is 'insider' from where I 'stand'...I like your "clown" faces.. I am at edbaker.maikosoft.com/ ciao, Ed was submitted by Ed Baker, Takoma Park, Md , USA, () on Tuesday, June 22, 2004 at 12:39:24


I love your paintings. was submitted by L.M.G.O (Mexico) on Tuesday, June 22, 2004 at 00:00:49


 

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