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  1. valerie Hensley says: Reply

    Hi Chris,

    You really speak to me when you show me new views of familiar things.
    I’m going to see you in Montréal on Nov 5th I hope!

    Making images is so exciting!

    Valérie Hensley

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thank you Valerie and I certainly hope to meet you in Montreal. We are so looking forward to presenting there. Cheers for now, Chris

  2. chris czajkowski says: Reply

    I can see how you got to where you are going with the fuzzy ones – the “impressionists’, but to see how you have extracted the geometric abstracts fro a a natural scene is both a complete mystery to me and astonishing. Amazing vision.

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thank you Chris; hope you are enjoying them! Chris

  3. Joan Loeken says: Reply

    Chris: My question is the same one listed by Chris above. Your imagery is going deeper and deeper into what is possible. It feels almost spiritual – to be able to reach new depths that reveal more of what is there but not seen until explored.

    I can’t wait for the Barkerville workshop so I can learn more and more.

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thank you Joan! I can’t wait to share with you! We are off to Tallheo this week and I’ll say hi to “Joan’s Cylinders”!! Cheers, Chris

  4. Vera Busse says: Reply

    You are amazing. A man of many expressions.
    I enjoy the great pictures and the explanations.
    Really opens my eyes and thoughts.
    Like realizing don’t just look but take it in. It all there.

  5. chris says: Reply

    That’s right Vera…it’s all there!! Thanks. Chris

  6. darrel says: Reply

    good stuff Chris!………I don’t see the word “composition” often but, to my eye, composition seems the element most played with here, and successfully. I have pondered often why certain compositions are attractive to the human eye in general. Are we wired for composition??

    1. chris says: Reply

      According to a TED Talk, beauty is a learned experience; therefore we each have a different concept of beauty. Although there are so called rules of composition, I think we should develop our own! Great to hear from you Darrel. Hoping all is well. Chris

  7. billiebob7 says: Reply

    Hi Chris, I’m just a member of the Sarnia Club which has over one hundred members and holds their meetings twice a month in the Sarnia Library which seats over 250 with a large screen.
    Can you send me costing information so I can pass it on to the programs director.
    We can try to incorporate the timing when you are in Burlington.
    We meet first Tuesday and mid month


    1. chris says: Reply

      Thanks Bill. Rita is answering you via separate email. Hope to see you in Sarnia. Chris

  8. craniosacralunwinding says: Reply

    Oh my – such beauty (which means -shape, colour and form that pleases our eyes)!!! For me it goes beyond! What I see in your “unseen” is shape, colour and form that pleases my spirit and soul. I am inspired and reminded to feel my own excitement about my life in a way that I have never experienced before. Thank you.

  9. chris says: Reply

    Thank you Karen. You are an inspiration and an artist in the field of healing. Chris

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