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I don't know how this works, but I think the whole project is coming along beautifully.
Nice start to the website, Tish. Looks great and is bringing back lots of great memories.
The web site looks great. What a wonderful tribute. I have several pieces that Uncle Ted painted and if you'd like to add those to the web site, I'd be happy to take some pictures of them and send them off to you. I just need to know where to send them.
I have paintings by all three artists....and have given some to my sister Valerie, my sister-in-law Georgia, and Tom and Janice Huang (close friends). Would you like these to be included? My best wishes to you as you develop the site.
Thanks to all of you who have now visited our Schuyler Art Website in progress. I hope that all of you are enjoying the new postings as they can be made. Thanks again to my daughter Tish Gorman for undertaking this major endeavor, and to all the rest of you who have been or will contribute. Bless you.
Thanks to all of you who have visited our Schuyler Art Website and shared your comments. Especial thanks to my daughter Tish Gorman who initiated this project and has been extremely faithful in continuing to add to it. We hope that as the website grows, everyone will be blessed by our efforts. With love, Trudie
Keep up the good work, folks!
My grandmother Malena J. Werner was a student of Ted in Albuquerque in the late 40's early 50's. We have one of Ted's watercolors he gave my grandmother who passed away in the mid 80's. We are searchng for any paintings by Malena Werner to purchase or have photographed to develope a website in her honor. If any of your readers have or know of Malena's work please contact me at 435-627-7339. Thanks for your help and we love Ted's work and your website.Randy Werner
I'm going to keep posting my own comments, just to make sure that I'm "getting them". Love you all.
Well, another Monday. I'm still hoping that a few more people will visit the website and share comments!
This website is very nicely done and easy to navigate. I have enjoyed what is here so far and I hope more will be added. I really like "Sand Trees".
I sure have enjoyed seeing and reading the newest additions. Big smile.
I'm sorry I'm alittle late with taking my first look, but great job!
This site is wonderful, and such a loving memorial for your grandparents and a beautiful tribute to Trudie. I love seeing the similarities and differences of all three artist. It was an honor knowing Lee. And Trudie never ceases to amaze me with the beautiful spirit and heart of her work. Thank you all for sharing the information and work of your grandparent’s lives.
I went to Valley High School with Noelle we were good friends . I lost track of her when she went off to colleage and I moved to Alaska. I was saddened when I heard of her death a few years ago. I have a portrait of me done by Lee Clarke Schuyler in 1962. I sat for a class that Ted was teaching. I will take a picture of my picture later and send it to you if you would give me an e-mail address.
HelloMy name is Kathleen Viviani and my Grandparents and my mother lived next door to your parents on Broadway Charles and Nellie Harris I have a painting that your father gave to my parents as a wedding gift that is just beautiful...I remember you and your parents when I was very young.Thank you Kathleen Viviani
my name mike ryan and i live in ohio. my mother passed away a few weeks ago and i met my sisters in albuquerque to go thru our mothers house. The house belonged to my grandmother Arita Courville "artist". I was very lucky to ask for and receive two paintings by Mr.Schuyler. I love them so very much! I just hung them in my 130 year old farm house. They add such warmth and beauty to the room. Everyday I will look at them and get that great feeling of being in my grandmothers house where thye hung for so long. Thanks very much... Mike
I don't know how to thank you for the *wonderful* review you posted for my novel today. I'm thrilled! If you have a minute, drop me a line at the eddress above so I can explore the "timeline" problem. If it's more than the differences in time zones (Israel, West Coast, etc.), I should make changes in the next edition. THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Just picked up a painting by Ted Schuyler done in 1959. It is Oil, I think, and appears to be Zion National Park or a similar scene. I someone connected to this website will email me, I will send a photo of the painting. Tom
I have inherited a painting from my aunt done by Lee. It is a beautifully painted landscape of the southwest, signed Lee Clark Schuyler, '61. I'm not sure how my aunt acquired the painting, but it is quite possible that she was aquianted with Lee and Ted as she also attended the Chicago Art Institute in the late 1920s. Please feel free to contact me and I will send you a photo of the painting. Gail S. from Omaha, NE
I have inherited paitings, sketchings and letters from my friend, done by Ted and Lee. The oil paintings are from 1933. The letters and sketchings are from 1988 and 1989. My friend lived in Park Ridge, IL. I have sent you an email also, please feel free to contact me. --Georgia from Chicago, IL
It was great to see my wedding present of my husband Jim Fowler Peters in the new additions file! My brother John Pierce Schuyler has a watercolor and we will try to photograph it this Christmas and add it to this site.
I am in Carmel, Indiana.
I recently inherited from my mother a watercolor of Ted Schyler's (an apple tree in bloom with an adobe house in the background, painted in 1948) which my grandmother had hanging in her bedroom. When I read the Ted had been born in Trinidad, CO, I realize that he and my grandmother and grandfather, Jeannette (Rice) and Jackson Stromberg, must have known one another as children. My grandparents also moved to Albuquerque, in 1934, where my grandfather opened Strombergs, a clothing store. I love Ted's watercolor and have it hanging in my dining room. I'm happy to send a picture of it if you would like.
Hi, Susan. In the past, the blog comments have been forwarded to me in e-mail format, so I could respond more personally. I'm not sure why it has happened differently now. In any even, I'm delighted to hear from you and would love to see the painting you've got, and converse with you about your grandparents' friendship with Ted. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.