The Non-Local Flow art exhibit at the Stirling Art Gallery in Dunedin, FL is amazing!
Martha Maddox said:February 9, 2011 3:48 pm PST
I was lucky to receive a gift of Non-Local Flow from your cousin, Valerie Grzywinski, who I am fortunate to call neighbor. The book is lovely, powerful, personal - - and even for a stranger, a very good read. Tanya's rare, wonderful spirit lives through this work.
Dave Brown class of 73 said:January 1, 2011 7:51 am PST
I recently received the latest Messmer Today magazineand was saddened to read about the loss of your daughter.I have two children and I couldn't imagine losing one. I am inspired by your spirit to put this book together so others can share Tanya's life and works. You were always a class act and I'msure Tanya took after you. God Bless!
Your story has inspired me to read her journal, where I am convinced I will find a connection with a fellow expeditionary artist!
I'm sure she would understand a quote I carry close to my heart~
"A sailor is an Artist whose medium is the Wind" ~Webb Chiles
We are sisters of different Mothers. Thank you for compiling this story, I'm sure it was pure Art Therapy. What better way to heal than your daughter as the therapist~ I think this was an act of love! I understand that...I have a 24 year old daughter as well.
Blessings to you Mom
Patricia L. Grzywinski said:November 22, 2010 1:53 pm PST
Sis, You have truly created a masterpiece with this book. With each piece of artwork and each writing from her journal, you can truly feel Tanya's presence....almost as if she is standing right beside you waiting to give you a big "Tanya-hug" like only Tanya could give.
Until we meet again, I will always miss you and love you, my darling niece!
Love and hugs from Auntie Pat
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