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March 31, 2002

Caroline Ashworth, New Zealand
A great collection of works. Keep it up, it's always good to see NZ artists on the net.


March 27, 2002

Narcisa, Romania
a very good site !


March 24, 2002

antonio sammartano, italy
invite
www.quadreriadellotto.it ciao!


March 17, 2002

Prue Farnworth, New Zealand
It would be great to do a tour of Taranaki looking at these artists work if they are not on exhibition.
Would it be possible to have their addresses so that I could plan one when I am next in New Plymouth.


March 17, 2002

Doreen Costello, New Zealand
Great idea
Good communication


March 14, 2002

Michele, NZ
Very impressive range of tallented artists!


March 14, 2002

fraser hitchcock, nz
good informative site although it would be nice to see some work of barry te whatu's as his carvings are truely amazing


March 12, 2002

Christos Tsolkas, Greece
RELATIVITY END! (see,www.tsolkas.gr)


March 12, 2002

gre groefsema-huijbers, nederland
ik ben bij toeval op jouw web-site gekomen en jouw werk bewonderd.
Het is heel mooi en apart.


March 7, 2002

wendy boulter, new plymouth, new zealand
Really like the painting entitled 'Leap' by Roger Morris, is it for sale.
Would appreciate any details


March 2, 2002

Glenys Bloor, New Plymouth, New Zealand
I love your ideas Gillian, of your work being made into boxes or hung on the wall.
Great-I hope you sell heaps.


March 1, 2002

Tony Palmer, New Zealand
I'll be back


February 27, 2002

John LF, NZ
Where is Leigh Bluett's artwork?


February 24, 2002

jo massey, NZ
Marge Bechelli - great! What a mix! Visually satisfying ("Every cloud...." and "Sticks and Stones") to intersting and quite thought-provoking ("Frustration" and "Release").
Good oh - I'll come back and contemplate further .


February 8, 2002

sarah sampson, nz, np
lynns work is fantastic, really enjoyed the show and will be encouraging all my npghs art students to check it out too. well done!!!


January 15, 2002

T. O'Regan-Byrnes, Ireland
I enjoyed very much looking at your artwork, I am also very impressed by your initiative in designing this website. I am a painter moving to Auckland in June 2001 and will visit you again soon.


January 7, 2002

Steve Butler, Wellington
BUGGER!!!!!! Just when you guys finally get over the ditch I am back in NZ. I would have loved to have cought up with you all and shown you some of the sights of Victoria.
I am now living in Wellington and working for Industry New Zealand. I am living in the city but now working on getting some studio space from where I can start painting again.
Next time I get back up to NP I would love to come out for a catch up though.
Take care and good luck with Lorne.


January 7, 2002

Valora, Australia
John McLean ,Paul Hutchinson, Dale Copeland and Jo Massey.
Best Wishes and Congratulations on jumping the "Ditch" I would have loved to have come down to see what yous' have been up to. However, I live on the Tropic of Capricorn and 2500km is along way to go even for great art!
However I have informed other artists I am in contact with in Victoria to try and get to Lorne or go online to take a jack at your works.
Kia Kaha
Valora


January 3, 2002

Mary Donald, Taranaki
John, Jo, Dale and Paul
Best of luck for your exhibition in Lorne - it is a fabulous spot and the work looks great - have heaps of fun.


January 1, 2002

Glenys Bloor, New Plymouth-New Zealand
New Zeal-Great variety of work-Hope you sell well in Victoria.


December 15, 2001

alex monckton, wales, uk (from Patea, South Taranaki)
great to check out how things are going back home, and this is a fantastic site for some good home-grown flavour...i'll be back!


December 14, 2001

Tania Todd, Tataraimaka,Taranaki.
I've enjoyed viewing your site.I chanced to see the two day exhibition held in an empty shop space held in NP earlier this year and was impressed with an exhibition showcaseing such a variety and number of our local artists.I was also fortunate to see an exhibition of three of your artists at the Plymouth Hotel recently, Mary Donald being one of the exhibiters, I loved her works using the pine needles.Thank you all for the visual feast.


December 5, 2001

Jan, New Zealand
What a great website - and what a wealth of creativity we have in NZ; original, wonderful use of colour & innovative skills. Huge talents. Thank you!
Jan


December 1, 2001

Glenys Bloor, New Plymouth-New Zealand
Marilyn Andrews-I love your work well done- especially The Church & Citrus Tree(111)


December 1, 2001

little bobby duncan, USA
Another beautiful show. I have to visit NZ because the color in all the landscapes I've seen here is exceptional. Also loved the hearts. Big, warm, vivid.Thank you for bringing new art into my life every month.
lbd


November 28, 2001

Julie Nolly, Stratford
Heaps of talent on Antonio Street.
Well done Joan and Mavis.
Good luck for the future


November 22, 2001

Abdul-Rahiim, USA
The collage in the " Birds of a Feather " exposition, with a small red bird next to a violiin. The first thing that came to mind was a classical music composition by Antonio Vivaldi entitled " The Four Seasons". The first movement of the Spring Concerto featured the violin portraying the sound of a sparrow during spring time. These two images are what brought these two to my imagination. If you happen to know this piece, I think that you would be able to envision the same.


November 21, 2001

Darcy O'Brien, New Zealand
Lovely work, it's good to see New Zealand art.


November 16, 2001

judy finer, usa
This is my show. We're testing the guestbook. But I also want to say how very much I appreciate the replies I have gotten about my work. To insure receipt, you probably should email them directly to me - as there is some glitch with some transmissions to the guestbook. Or directly to Dale
So if you have written and not had a reply from me, do try writing me directly.
For all of you who have looked at my work, THANK YOU.
judy finer


November 16, 2001

geraldine Boulton, NZ
I have been admiring the work of Joyce Young for many years while 'doing the Rhodo' festival'. This year 2001 I discovered your website, thanks to Joyce. It's wonderful, thank you.


November 13, 2001

Shirley in New Jersey, USA
Eureka! I was able to access your show and see your beautiful, intriguing work.
I (we) loved it! Really liked Signs of the Times, liked even more Figures of Speech, and loved Birds of a Feather. Tried to pick a favorite and couldn't. Did you really get all the stamp makings at a garage sale? Serendipitous, to say the least. Anyway, great fun , congratulations, we'll look forward to the next one.


November 9, 2001

Jeff, New York

I enjoyed your show very much.
I was reminded of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity by the "1905" which appears in "Reverse 3" in "Signs of the Times." Einstein published this paper in 1905. That year he published 3 very important papers, including the one on the Photoelectric Effect, for which he won the Nobel. But the most important one was Special Relativity. It gives us a more complete understanding of the relationship between space and time.
The postmarks, which appear on all except "So-Nant" in the "Birds of a Feather" Series and on all 6 in the "Signs of the Times" series are a symbol which generally indicates both space (i.e. the address) and time.
Did you do this consciously, unconsciously, or not at all (i.e. am I over-interpreting?)?
Another thing which struck me is in "Figures of Speech". One is entitled "Blue Code." The medical code-name often used over hospital PA systems to announce a cardiac arrest is "Code Blue." Furthermore, Blue Code is, of all cards, the Queen of Hearts! And "Match 3" in "Sign of the Times" has a postmark which says "Lexington." This is the name of one of the streets on which Lenox HIll Hospital borders.
Finally, there are numbers all over the place. It's very refreshing to see this because art people are not usually numbers people. There are numbers on every piece in "Birds of a Feather." In "Signs of the Times", I see numbers on each piece, except "Mural", which may have a part of a '3'. In the "Figures of Speech" series, I found numbers on every one except the Queen of Hearts... until I looked some more and noticed a '65' in the background. The Queen of Clubs has 14 digits on it!
Thanks for showing it to me. Please keep me informed about any future >exhibitions.


November 7, 2001

Pauline Giles, NZ
CONGRATULATIONS to Judy Finer on an exquisite exhibition on Showcase
Pauline Giles


November 4, 2001

Photophilia.Net, USA, Sweden, Russia
Thank you. I especially like the works by Rebecca Mooney.


November 1, 2001

little bobby duncan, USA
Sorry that I didn't write after the last show (exquisite) but Art calls (he usually calls about 11:30 pm). I really loved the Birds of a feather, so delicate and colorful. I hope all is well, I'm now looking for a place at the beach! Sunny Beaches!


October 28, 2001

don and alison sowman, england (new Plymouth really)
great to find your website - keep up the good work.


October 27, 2001

ANDREAS RIES, NZ/Ausralia
Wonderful to see how your work compliment each other.
I really enjoyed looking in.


June 27, 2002

Barb Widmer, U.S.A.
Ran across this sight by accident while looking for information on orphaned birds and it seemed appropriate that I stumbled across Lynn Morresey's work.
I love his paintings and offbeat sense of humor.
Sure brightened my day - thanks.


June 20, 2002

Peter Elsbury, New Zealand
Nice picture of paua with pearls Jan not what I was looking for but.
Check me out at www.elsbury.net

June 19, 2002

Paul McNamara, N.Z.
McNamara Gallery : Photography
190 Wicksteed St.
WANGANUI
A great regional initiative. Can I have your e-mail address.


June 2, 2002

Glenys Bloor, New Plymouth, New Zealand
Well done-Pam Walker- (Solids, Liquids, Vapours).
I enjoy the abstraction formula of ideas.


June 1, 2002

Mike O'Kane, NZ
I particularly enjoyed coastline, where my sense of what was solid and what was liquid is able to alternate between land and water.
Also enjoyed little chair, just because.
Nice work
Mike


May 21, 2002

brett hall(tiny), the naki n.z
excellent site lots of interesting art


May 3, 2002

Alan Knowles, NZ
What a supurb little exhibition by Julian Ward - world class! Well done!


April 22, 2002

Robin Taylor, UK
Enjoyed my visit


April 11, 2002

Duncan Lamont
NZ
Unbelievable Art
Blown away totally


October 23, 2001

Linda W., USA
Dale,
The assemblages are so intriguing I could spend hours looking at them!
Linda


October 19, 2001

Wiebke, Manchester, UK

Dear Dale and Dear Peggy,
Looked at the site of your joint exhibition for the first time today. I had a VERY HAPPY hour with them. I hope that everybody else who comes to see them will enjoy them as much as I did.
I especially liked "The Bishop Will Not Be Receiving" (Is that really cast-iron in the foreground?) and "The Midas Touch" (All those creepy charred bits were great!) The pieces are lovely and poignant and a lot of fun. And I very much like the explanations you give with them. So thanks for a brilliant site.
Yours Wiebke


October 19, 2001

Denise Enslen, USA

Those assemblages are magnificent, but I haven't had the time to click on them and enlarge them to view them all, I shall soon. Beautiful work done by both Peggy and you!
Thanks for sharing them on the web


October 13, 2001

John Jamieson, New Zealand.
I am very impressed with everything that I have seen, I must congradulate the Artists.


October 12, 2001

Pauline giles, NZ
Ccongratulations peggy earle and dale copeland on an intriguing exhibition the art of riding a camel. i enjoyed the show at kina and on showcase, well done


October 11, 2001

keith monroe, usa
dear peggy. love the reliquaries, and the straw and camel item. also nevelson. it is possible you are getting stranger and stranger. how's nz? great i hope. when will you be home. or are your staying there?


October 6, 2001

Leigh Schrom, USA
Fabulous Exhibit. I wish I could see this in person, but thanks for sharing it with those of us too far away.


October 6, 2001

Irene Oseas, United States
Very well done ladies-I was truly impressed-glad my sister told me about this site.


October 5, 2001

Jacqui, NZ
Congratulations X 2! on another successful exhibition! Hi Dale, welcome to NZ Peggy. Glad to hear you eventually made it OK! I would not have believed ANYONES work could be 'up there' with Dales unless I had seen it myself! Great stuff. Enjoy your stay.


October 5, 2001

Marilyn Phillips, USA
Great show....thanks so much for making it available on the internet. Loved the content and thought provoking titles.


October 5, 2001

DJ Allgaier-Lamberti, the Net
What WONDERFUL, thought provoking work. Thank you for sharing!
Having just seen two of Louise Nevelsons pieces at the Midwest Musuem of Art in Elkhart, Indiana, (one assembledge and one large sculpture - BOTH all black and cubist) I enjoyed the tribute to her eyelashes!!


October 4, 2001

'E' Lefevers son Charley Miles, 100% Taranakian
The best art site in taranaki that I've seen in ages.Keep me posted!
4.10.01


October 3, 2001

Meredith, USA
Your Website is fabulous!!!
I admire what you're doing!! I'm a friend of Peggy's who lives in Norfolk.
You all have a great time at the opening!


October 2, 2001

Glenys Bloor, New Zealand
Great Exhibition-Dale&Peggy-I really love "The Art of Riding a Camel", and "Door Number Three".


October 2, 2001

Mary Williams, England
Thanks again Dale for sending me yet another exciting exhibition.


October 1, 2001

Cheryl Duncan, USA
Great show! I've enjoyed visiting the Virtual Tart website for at least a year. This show though motivated me to respond. Really nice work! Big Game tickled me...the fact that you and Peggy were simultaneously working on a piece with the same name and I happened upon a kids monopoly board a couple weeks ago and of course I just had to bring it home...was thinking about making a book. Thanks for the inspiration to get on it!


October 1, 2001

judy Finer, USA
Dear Dale and Peggy -
Your show is FABULOUS!
I anticipated it would be good, knowing your work, Dale, and having seen a couple of your pieces online, Peggy. But the show itself - the pieces individually, the sense of dialogue - accidental, synchronistic visual dialogue - the body of work each of you presents, far exceeds my anticipation.
It is truly a delight to see, and see again.
Thank you both.
All success with the show.
Kind regards


October 1, 2001

Patricia Harrison, UK
Here's a very nice assemblage for recent events. "Tribute"


September 15, 2001

Glenys Bloor, New Zealand
Great work achieved. Rae,Joyce,Mary. Congratulations.


September 14, 2001

Samantha Kovaleski, New Zealand
LOVE the site.
Art auction at Hawera Kindy in Oct is looking for donations from local talent.
Please contact me
Thank you.


September 11, 2001

Denise Newland, New Zealand
Congratulations Rae, Joyce and Mary. Another winner - your exhibition looks great as usual.


September 3, 2001

caroline, Aotearoa
gorgeous work !!
specially Mary, loving those fine textures. They invite closer inspection for sure.
rock on virtuals TARTS
c


September 1, 2001

glenn cole, Bakersfield, California, USA Ms. Dale
Since most of us in the U.S. will never have the thrill of seeing your country, I wonder if one of your fine artists down there would take a few photographs of various spots of the landscape so we can vicariously visit you in that way?
Thank you for your lovely site and God Bless


September 1, 2001

Rachel McAlpine, Wellington
Lovely exhibition - nice pine collars!




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