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September 16, 2007


Kess, I have just returned for a month long trip to Alaska. I toke a class from you at the U. of Alaska Fairbanks in 1983 or 84 I have never forgotten this class I still have most of the assignments that I did in this class. While at Denali I was thrilled to see your work and learn how you helped get the Art in Residency started. We enjoyed the museum at the university and saw more of you work.
Thank you for putting yourself out there as a beacon for others.

I just stumbled upon your site, and am inspired by your work. I admire your talents and travels. Thank you for bringing people to places they wish to someday be. One of my favorite people...trees! How lovely!

It is with fascination when I view your artwork that I am torn between your artwork and your writing. I can imagine myself in the Camp Denali dining room listening to the wonderful stories of the daily events that the guests have encountered. This sets that stage for rememberance of times past when our grandfather and his friends told their stories and how we hung on every word and recall those memories even today.

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