|Quarrington Arts Society Guest Book.
- Donna Douglas - firstname.lastname@example.org of Barrie, Ontario, Canada
- I have long respected the multiplicity of the talent that was Paul Quarrington.
How fortunate are we that his skills embraced things he could leave behind ... so we're never without him.
- David Quarrington - email@example.com of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
- Have been following some of his history online. Myself, a retired music producer with the ABC find quite a bit in common. Worked three times with Oscar Peterson when he visited here. Don't believe Paul ever did. Keep up the good work for my namesake ! Best wishes.
- Pat Cockburn - firstname.lastname@example.org of Ontario, Canada
- Just read Cigar Box Banjo and listened to the song Are You Ready? - i believe I am!
Thank you Paul, very much; how beautiful that book.
I have a son who is multi-talented, film and writing and music in Toronto. it is so tough to keep going. Paul did it! He kept going and entered the mystery with eyes as open as he could.
- Ann Brady - email@example.com of Ontario, Canada
- It is said that from out there in space, a hum can be heard enveloping the Earth, like Her own special song. Paul - ever the consummate artist and inspiration to us all to keep creating - is no doubt humming right along with Her, now. Thank you, Paul, for a life well and wisely lived - every last note and lyric of it.
- Judith Keenan - firstname.lastname@example.org of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- For fans and friends in Kingston, join us in celebrating Paul's life at work at the gala opening night of Kingston International Writers Festival, Wed. Sep 22 - more info at www.kingstonwritersfest.ca
- Nicholas Jennings - email@example.com of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- I'm very happy to contribute to this worthwhile venture, a fitting tribute to a true Canadian renaissance man.
- Joanne Ingrassia - firstname.lastname@example.org of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Paul was a wonderful rennaissance man and artist, someone I admired greatly, was inspired by, and was so fortunate to get to know personally. I was pleased to offer early support to the Quarrington Arts Society ~ the founding of QAS meant a lot to Paul ~ and I will continue to spread the word. I think anyone touched by his artistry or fortunate to call him friend should support this legacy that Michael Burke has so graciously spearheaded, with key support from others very close to Paul like Judith Keenan. Paul's influence remains, evermore.
- David Lennam - email@example.com of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
- Seems to be a perfect Quarringtonian thing to do. He was always there to inspire burgeoning artists. It's a perfect fit to a legacy that is so much more than a few novels. Hopefully, more Canadians (and readers, music lovers, arts enthusiasts, fishers, and anyone who enjoys a ribald chin-wag the world over) will turn to Quarrington in his death and discover what they should have known all along. Too long do we keep our national treasures buried! Oh, Canada.
- Nino Ricci - firstname.lastname@example.org of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- A great project. It perfectly epitomizes Quarrington's own contribution to the arts in Canada and helps fill a big gap by giving other multidisciplinary artists their due.
- Paul Quarrington - email@example.com of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Michael, I applaud the initiative! Mind you, I would, wouldn't I?
Also, I think the site looks great. (I didn't know about the red on blue color blindness thing... interesting.) plq
- John Hopper - firstname.lastname@example.org of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
- Paul's career is a microcosm of the development of a national cultural identity for Canada and it is only fitting that excellence should be honored in his name. I like the website and feel that the project is very important.
- John Capek - of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- "Baby and the Blues" has grown up and is doing good works.
- Jan - of London, UK
- Michael, this is a wonderful initiative and website. I find the site attractive and very useable in every respect except one. For the estimated 7% of the male population who suffer from some degree of colour blindness, red headings on a blue background are going to be hard to read. I'm not colour blind myself but even for me, the headings "waver" slightly when I look at them.
Ed:I too have an issue with "red" so I use myself as the yardstick. I don't have a problem, so I assumed others won't either. Now that you bring it to my attention, I'll look at ways to fix it. Thanks, as always, for your support!
- Isobel Heathcote - email@example.com of Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada
- What a great initiative - a fitting testimonial to a great talent!
- Michael Burke - firstname.lastname@example.org of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
- The launch of the society went extremely well in Toronto at the Harbourfront event. Here's to a long and successful endeavour!
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