|14 Nov 2005|| Dreamer|
I started to look at your works litle after middle night. I knew I should go to bed but.. Just one more.. Just one more.. Ok, this is the last one.. Oh, didnt see THAT one before.. Just checking whats that..
Your gallery captures. You draw unique things. Its great to see something new for a while. Nice (and weird) ideas you got
...and great skill to draw.
I'll be back.
|5 Jan 2006|| Richard Piers Legh Allen|
Helllo, just thought It would only be fair, if I popped round and said hello for a change,;p
I love your gallery, its so full of energy and excitement and colour, it even has a slight comedic appeal to it, really captivating stuff you have here, I love it.
|14 Feb 2006|| Scribbly with Love|
Happy Valentines Day! I though I'd use it to express my general love for your art, it's one of my favourite galleries. Very variety-ful!< E. Torrens
|10 Apr 2006|| Ruth|
I think I love Mr Creep.
How could you do this to me?!
|14 Apr 2006|| Tallulah 'Darkhorse' Cunningham|
Eee a Belfast babe - I have family up that way (I live Australia side of the world). It's a nice city to walk around it - I spent a lot of time doing that ^_^ My favorite is the huge blue tiled salmon near the river(?)
May I keep in touch incase I'm over Ireland way again? I'd love to meet at a cafe for a sketchbook session or something: I can imagine both of us with gelpens, markers and paint brushes scattered all over the table surface with only enough space for the coffee cups between.
Strange I've only just seen your art but feel an affinity for it. >_< Perhaps you should run ^_^ Excellent art though - do more - I look forward to what you'll next display.
|27 Mar 2007|| Renny _le_Beau|
You're the most amazing artist I've ever seen on elfwood. You've a poetic style not unlike Tim Burton. I'm impressed to say the least ^.^
|25 Apr 2007|| Debbie Palmer|
You have some fascinating art, but your bio caught my attention. Your collection sounds very much like the one my 5 year old son has. Bits of glass, feathers, shiny things....
An archaealogical dig sounds awesome! I've always wanted to do that. Was it anthropological or paleontological? E. Torrens
replies: "Well the excavation was a rath (early Christian farmstead) so it was largely anthropological from the point of view of us donkey-labourers! We took environmental samples though so the people in the lab have a bit of palaoecological followup to do. I'm specializing on palaeoecology after my degree so I'll probably spend the rest of my life looking down a microscope at pollen grains and tiny snail shells!"
|1 Aug 2007|| Shelz Keast|
Well, that's interesting. I intend to start studying Archeology next year, any tips? (won't go for palaeo-ecology though. Hopefully Egyptian)
|22 Jun 2008|| Tanith keely Billingham|
i love your stuff!!!! you have an amazing talent !!!!!! definatly one of my favs!!!