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Fr. Dean Einerson
loved the site, especially the cybermine...
I really enjoyed your webpage. Great job.
Great Job! Hi, my name is Chrisitina Brennan. I am a pharmacueticals sales representative. I see your dad at work. He told me all about this great accomplishment. I am impressed. When I went to college to be a teacher and it looks like your mom was a terrific coach. You should be very proud of yourselves.
Eric: My wife and I visited your fair city in July last year. We met your mother in San Jose. We are related to you. What is my name?
Thanks for so much information about mines. I want to save this Web Page and share it with my college students. I want them to see what 4th and 5th grade students are doing. So many of them are not very computer literate and building a Web page would be beyond their abilites. I hope seeing this will encourage my students to become more comfortable using the computer in their classrooms.
Hi Alex, Jessica, Ian, Louis, and Niki:
I enjoyed your website very much -- particularly the "Meet the Miners" section.
I have put the site on my bookmarks and will come back again soon.
Good Job. I hope that you all had a wonderful time doing this web site and that it is just the first of many web projects you will undertake.
Best wishes to you all.
Sally Standiford (firstname.lastname@example.org) UW-Platteville
Hello Alex, Jessica, Ian, Louis, and Niki:
As a former middle school principal I am so impressed with the skills that you have learned. I am now a college professor and there is so much that my students can learn from you. You will use the skills that you have for years and years to come. I was very impressed with the interactive tour of the mines. It made me feel just like I was there. This is such a great way to learn about mining and technology.
Keep it up.....Alison
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Drunken Santa painting by Jaisini by Yustas Kotz-Gottlieb
Drunken Santa is a work that creates a miracle of equilibrium. What seemed like a clash of an opposite spectrum's colors became the unlikely harmony in this painting. Jaisini's artistic vision here is formed from two components of physical and emotional states of being.
Freezing and heating serve as a symbol to a human need for warming up from the chill of solitude by means known to people at all times. The artist pursues his art philosophical quest for worldly knowledge that had left its traces in many of his works. A line of composition literally ignites the painting's surface with the movement. The color of this work is "phosphorescent," and it create the different planes if the subtle color nature. The warm color of purple supports the hot color of Santa's figure and an exotic fish above Santa. This hot color may represent the so-called material universe, the world of the gross senses that can be observed in a sober state. The cold, arctic blue color represents the unknown, the world of a deep state of drunkenness where real is unreal and otherwise. The only hard reality is the self, which never changes in any state. And maybe that is why Jaisini favors the painting's main hero, Santa, to possess the vivacious color of fire. Jaisini chooses this color of fire to manifest the self and the cold cerulean, cobalt and ultramarine to renounce self as a mortal entity surrounded by the eternal unknown.
While Santa drinks his feelings of frigid loneliness vanish. And so, he gets a company of some almost hallucinatory nature. A shark, a ghostly image, a profile of another prototypical drunk who is not accidentally situated in a horizontal position. An amalgam of the several female figures that consists of a woman in stockings, a nun, a big-breasted silhouette that create a shadow between.
A heat can be sensed around the hot colored Santa who has lost his beard and is holding a glass of red wine. He shows his thumb that may be just a polite substitution for the middle finger sign.
The colors of the work are balanced by a virtuoso composition of a cubist character. The picture's space is divided endlessly. More images start to appear. The world of "Drunken Santa" vitalizes to almost chaotic state. The work is a treasure. It depicts and witnesses the intangible mechanism of reality transformation. In the state of intoxication, what happens to the solid world of sober state? Everything disappears. It is just like the dream-world, that we call unreal, because when we are awaken it is not there. Just so the solid world must be unreal because it also vanishes in the drunk or deep-sleep states. Then what is reality? In "Drunken Santa," this problem is elaborated to the triumphant conclusion. The simplicity of symbolism of the warm and cold colors. The dazzling composition of figuration superimposed to abstraction. And besides the beauty of artistic logic, Jaisini's works are marked with the rich, magnetic colors, as in "Drunken Santa" and others, strikingly attractive pictures in their intricate game of light and shadow, in their absolute congruence of visual and conceptual.
Review of oil painting "Drunken Santa" by Paul Jaisini Text copyrights by Yustas Kotz-Gottlieb All rights reserved New York, 2000 send private comments to author Yustas61@aol.com
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Hi, I'm trying to do the cyber sufari thing, but its hard. Maby you can make it easier.
Do you have a timeline of some sort on your website about gold mines?