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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!

    Love,
    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
    Thanks

    Bill

    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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