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What an incredible gift to be a part of your Signature Project! To know that I'm a part of this enormous, magnificent piece of art was humbling. I'm honored to be a tiny piece of the rays of the sun. Truly beautiful. Thank you.
Kelly McMahon, Hewlett, NY.
Marion Street School, Lynbrook NY
What an excellent performance you shared with us at Babylon Elementary School in New York. I was so incredibly moved by how you are bringing together people from all over the world, especially in a time when we need it the most. I am so honored to have been a part of the experience, leaving my signature amongst so many others who all have stories to share. Thank you! 10-3-2017
If anyone ever doubts the impact of the arts on humanity they should see Patrick Dunning's masterpiece, The Signature Project.
I watched a true alchemist today turn the arts and sciences into an otherworldly magnum opus which will melt your heart, awaken your spirit and give you hope for our weary world.
I am a teacher at a school that just experienced your Signature Project. I was brought to tears when I returned to my classroom with my students. A young lady who has truly not looked in my eyes since I met her, looked at me with bright sparkling eyes, awestruck by your presentation. It made me cry, she shared. Me too, I responded. Patrick, it was your work that brought her to life! I will be forever grateful. Keep touching lives and sharing your incredible work
it changes lives!
I was fortunate enough to be at your presentation this morning at Cold Spring Elementary. Words fail me! It was fantastic! Cannot wait to see the final result.
Thank you for letting us be a part of your project.
Janet Deiner, Doylestown, PA
Patrick had the whole school totally mesmerized and at the edge of our seats! His masterpiece reveals layer upon layer of knowledge, inspiration, beauty...I cannot wait to see the work completed!!
Robyn Boyland - 8th grade - Lewis & Clark - NE
Your performance was incomparable to anything I've ever seen, period. Normally, school assemblies are boring, but this presentation was over the top exciting. When you threw the light onto the screen to make the heart, and then made it start beating, I thought you were a magician. But then, you played the guitar, and I thought you were a musician. And now, I have no idea what you are. What I do know is that you follow through with big ideas that no one would ever think to be possible, and you have inspired me to do the same and just enjoy life. You just kept on creating and creating, and I know you will keep on doing so. That performance was just crazy amazing and I hope you come back to visit us again, in the middle of nowhere, soon.
I am speechless. I loved your performance. You taught a lesson that needed to be taught. I hope when I'm older I can hear your story again and maybe even sign my signature on your picture. I really appreciate you coming to Colorado.
Thank you so much for sharing your amazing art with us at Zach Elementary. I have heard it said that great art should evoke emotion,and yours certainly did with me. There were so many personal connections for me; I laughed, was amazed more than a handful of times, and even cried. What a wonderful, and unintended, lesson for students about the power of art and humanity. You are amazing and I am so glad the universe put you in my life the moment it did.
Love, light and peace,
5RW from Greenacres School
Thank you for coming to visit our school today and sharing your story with us. We enjoyed it so much that it led to us making a list about all the things we "believe" that you are. It inspired a 20 minute brainstorming session. Here is what we came up with:
Theremin Maker and Player
A Patient Person
We are fifth graders at Greenacres School in Scarsdale, New York. You left us feeling excited, inspired, amazed, emotional, and astonished. We hope you enjoy our vision of you.
Best wishes on your upcoming work.
The Fifth Graders of 5 Ross/Witmer