10.elaine hamblin(non-registered)
thank you so much for letting me in on day after closing! wonderful show. if you speak to jerry meatyard, send my hello.
9.Harold Moore(non-registered)
Suzanne,
I was a student of yours several years ago. A few years later I was auditing the course with my daughter and was a little upset that you didn't recognize me. A couple of weeks into the class you were showing slides of former student's work, and said "someone in here will recognize this next one," and there was one of mine you had saved to use.
I am going through my old negatives searching for some black and whites I wish to frame.
Thanks for the education and the memories.
8.hector(non-registered)
man yeah i m happy to be spectator of someone who has considerably changed from an amateur to a standard and professional photographer in a very short time period. I hope you do keep up with this good pace and work your way up soon. http://www.mycareoncall.net . good
6.Sandra Payne(non-registered)
Hello Suzanne!
So wonderful to see your website! I am still in NYC in the East Village. Looking forward to a return visit to Tampa, possibly in March!
Best wishes for a wonderful holiday season!
Sandra
347-574-0590
sandrapayne.com
4.suzanne kreis(non-registered)
Suzanne, Noted that you have work in the Cube, new to me and now on must see list....will be up from Sarasota soon. Your recent work grand even in PC format... a giant step away from rats in the attic of long ago! Which I loved and related to. My work got BIG for my MFA and drifted off....or dissolved as nonarchival works do. So, now, I am the audience.
Fond Memories, Suzi K
3.Craig Forsell(non-registered)
I wish I had taken the time to record the then already decaying and delapidated collection of nursery rhymes and fairy tale figures that used to be across the rainbow bridge from the old zoo. There was always something else to do. Life gets busy and it never happens. Glad you got these.
1.Sharon McLane(non-registered)
Suzanne, I remember taking Meryl to Safety Village when she was little. Your images brought back memories.
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