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BA, Ball State University
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At 6:15am on May 9, 2009, Anne Robert said…
Bonjour Dean

re: SOURCING NEW DESIGNS/SHARING YOUR DESIGNS
I edit a FREE newsletter each month on a theme
- 50 new pots and planters [april]
- New outdoor kitchens [may]
- Shade solutions [june]

If you would like to receive copies please let me know anne.robert@btinternet.com
IF you have designs to share same thing!
A bientot
A www.TheOutdoorStylist.com
At 6:03pm on January 22, 2009, Drew Braley, RLA said…
Hey Dean! How is everything going? Actually, I've kept up with you from time to time and know things seem to be going quite well, congrats on all your successes. When you have a minute or two, drop me a line at arbraley@gmail.com. I've got a few things I wanted to talk to you about. Take care and catch up soon.
At 6:00am on January 8, 2009, Gudmundur Hrafn Arngrimsson said…
Amazing work.!
At 3:08am on November 2, 2008, panadorn soontornyart said…
hello....Dean ,
.......greater works
At 3:59pm on October 14, 2008, jeffrey Gordon Smith said…
Dean, thanks for the appreciation of my work I love what I do my plans for the future are world domination from my office in Baywood Park. Really I just want to produce greater works expand my reach to patrons of the arts so I can play more.
At 12:24pm on October 5, 2008, Jay Everett said…
Hey Dean,
Great show and website!
At 6:49am on September 16, 2008, Ron Sawhill said…
Dean:

Not sure yet. Budget issues - I'm checking today to see what the travel fund is looking like; I was just notified that I'll be serving on the LA magazine editorial review board and they'll be having a first meeting there.... so, hopefully I'll be in attendance. You?
At 10:07am on September 12, 2008, Brent Farrar said…
love your pics and website..Check out my photos. would love to do some watercolor work for you if you ever needed it.
At 12:05pm on August 21, 2008, Brandon Reed said…
love your show man! Very interesting and informative!
At 10:55am on August 21, 2008, Chris Gaumer said…
You POS... Oh how I miss you! ;) I don't have your # anymore either... lost it in the floods of TS Fay... Give me shout... 772-233-9918
 
 
 

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