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Paul Famolari February 23, 2011 at 3:12 pm

Great! Love-love the work!
Please set up show and sell. 8K 12K 14K range.
Please call if you need anything.
Love
Paul

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Will Lambert March 22, 2011 at 12:33 pm

Dear Ken , I have to say you have inspired me thankyou, for some reason your name and face kept appearing in my consciouseness and has been haunting me ‘in a good way’ for a long time. much love ,light, and energy to you , your wife and your son. Bill

In deep meditation aspirants may see forms like snow or smoke.
They may feel a strong wind blowing or a wave of heat.
They may see within them more and more light: fireflies,lightning,
sun, moon. These are signs that they are well on their way to Brahman.
‘the Shvetashvatara Upanishad’

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admin March 24, 2011 at 1:57 pm

Bill… I love you man! Since I went on full time disability… all I do is paint. I might be in your thoughts because I think of you EVERY DAY! You will never know how much you taught me Bill. I am eternally grateful for the lessons. I hope you had a chance to check out my new double vision paintings. 18×24 black and white gesso. I’ve had to relearn how to draw and paint but it’s all good. I paint looking directly across from the watercolor you did of the elder with pipe on birch bark… gives me courage and inspiration… so right back at you BILL 🙂

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DUANE May 13, 2011 at 1:25 am

kenny,
great stuff. would love to see more. keep it up and it was great seeing and talking to you today. i want to see more. lets get together sometime soon. see you at the next game.
duane

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admin May 13, 2011 at 6:31 pm

I was great catching up Duane! Thanks for taking a look at my work!

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Saunders June 20, 2011 at 9:27 am

Bill… I love you man! Since I went on full time disability… all I do is paint. I might be in your thoughts because I think of you EVERY DAY! You will never know how much you taught me Bill. I am eternally grateful for the lessons. I hope you had a chance to check out my new double vision paintings. 18×24 black and white gesso. I’ve had to relearn how to draw and paint but it’s all good. I paint looking directly across from the watercolor you did of the elder with pipe on birch bark… gives me courage and inspiration… so right back at you BILL
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michele August 3, 2011 at 12:06 am

interesting to read your article tonite in the Courier, sorry to hear you have been thru rough times…sending you our blessings…I only know many years ago, my husband, Peter, was shot in the back in a near-fatal fluke accident, and really should not have survived…nevertheless, he did, and we have had many happy years from a totally different perspective because of his near-death experience…have never taken life for granted since then…loved your paintings, courage, best, Michele Moore

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Ethelyn October 12, 2011 at 7:10 am

Bill… I love you man! Since I went on full time disability… all I do is paint. I might be in your thoughts because I think of you EVERY DAY! You will never know how much you taught me Bill. I am eternally grateful for the lessons. I hope you had a chance to check out my new double vision paintings. 18×24 black and white gesso. I’ve had to relearn how to draw and paint but it’s all good. I paint looking directly across from the watercolor you did of the elder with pipe on birch bark… gives me courage and inspiration… so right back at you BILL
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Waylon Barchus November 20, 2011 at 8:26 am

Hey mate! I quite agree with your opinion.

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Linda Scirocco January 18, 2012 at 4:43 am

I would love to own one of these. What is the price range?

Linda Scirocco
Howling House
Sanbornville NH

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admin January 27, 2012 at 3:55 am

Thanks Linda. I am still working on getting prints of these. Stay tuned!

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Ken January 19, 2012 at 12:30 am

Your work is absolutely inspiring. I just saw the story about your journey on chronicle. Do you plan to produce/sell reprints?

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admin January 27, 2012 at 3:51 am

Thanks Ken. I am working on getting prints uploaded to a site. Stay tuned!

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Fred Wadsworth January 19, 2012 at 12:46 pm

Hi Ken.
I saw the fine story about your life and work on Chronicle last night and wondered if you attended high school in Millbury ,MA. The Ken Kimball I knew and taught in my English class made very funny sketches of the literary characters we studied that I kept and valued long after he graduated. In any case I wish you well with your recovery and very impressive career.
Regards and best wishes,
Fred Wadsworth

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admin January 19, 2012 at 8:03 pm

haha! Yup… that’s me! Been ding my best to make those earlier works even more valuable? haha
Thank you for your kind words!

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