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Lee Altman
lee@paintsong.com
Location:
benicia, ca
#12 | Thursday, April 14, 2005 02:13 PM

Dear Richard and Camilla, Congratulations on a superb and classy website with VERY REAL classical art! All the best to you both and welcome to the Virtual Glut ever expanding... Also enjoy your writing, more and more.;-) :cool: Hello to Marissa too! and how about posting her Forbidden Colors?
Deb
deb@lightpatch.com
Location:
Freedom
#11 | Tuesday, April 12, 2005 09:48 AM

I just discovered your work. Good art always makes me want to get started on my own art--get the hands full of colors and print. You're a couple of lovely instigators, you are! Deb
Kim Schultz
schultzk@jps.net
Location:
Ben Lomond, CA
#10 | Monday, April 4, 2005 01:48 PM

Camilla & Richard - Your website is fabulous as is the artwork presented on it. What a wonderful way to introduce your art to those of us that haven't had the opportunity to see it in person. Your landscapes and the 8 feathers are my favourites. Love to all three of you.
Jan Meneley Korr
jkorrbldr@aol.com
Location:
bouldler
#9 | Friday, March 25, 2005 10:53 PM

:D Dear richard and Camilla, Thanks so much for sending me your website, it is stunning! I Love seeing your work again. It is, as always, palpable and present. I'm so glad you are lving the life you have iamgined!! Much love, Jan
Count Roscoe
roscolero@yahoo.com
Location:
Seaside
#8 | Wednesday, March 23, 2005 08:10 PM

Dearest Richardo and Camilla- Beautiful piece, and so true. Written like a true phenomonologist. I am so honored and intrigued. I hope that you have been able to recover my "private message"? All I did was click the little box below this box, but then Camilla knows too well what I can actually do to a computer when I irrevocably changed her tool bar for her. The art that you both unlock is so grand!
Lisa Sharpe
Location:
London
#7 | Sunday, March 13, 2005 04:54 PM

:rolleyes: :-) :p Fantastic work. Fantastic website. I'm really impressed. Great to see your artwork out there for all the world to see. Keep painting! Lisa Sharpe Art Consultant, Mayfair, London.
Andy Cook
finagaincook@yahoo.com
Location:
Nomadic
#6 | Tuesday, March 8, 2005 02:42 PM

Computers are now worth the weight. Almost like being there . . .
roopa graham alex
roopas@wanadoo.fr
Location:
paris
#5 | Saturday, March 5, 2005 12:28 PM

It's just fab! I love the way Richard's paintings merge and flow into Camillas' and back again and together give one such a sense of harmony and well being.I felt drawn in to the stories there so many times. Great work.
Charlie Rice
charlie.rice@sbcglobal.net
Location:
#4 | Monday, February 28, 2005 06:01 PM

wonderful people creating wonderful art...
Diala HADDAD
d.paysage@wanadoo.fr
Location:
Paris, FRANCE
#3 | Thursday, February 24, 2005 06:58 AM

:-) :D :cool: Absolutely fabulous. Magnifique! Bravo! Your work has always moved me, it still does and it always will. I love both your quotes, very pertinent. If everyone in this world just took time to observe things and to appreciate them, it would just be a better place!
Rupert Mardon
r.mardon@virgin.net
Location:
Bristol, U.K.
#2 | Wednesday, February 23, 2005 10:04 AM

:cool: Beautiful work...where's the fig painted in Greece? We think it should be there. After a quick look my top five are: Heart Stone, Still life with Green Egg (in studio work). Landscapes - page 1, 3rd on top row and Morro Rock '94. Scotland - 5th, top line.
Heather
heather@sleeplessmedia.com
Location:
#1 | Monday, February 21, 2005 05:53 PM

Great work, and what a site. Your guestbook is up, enjoy!
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