keron @ keronpsillas.com
P. O. Box U, Shepherdstown WV 25443
01 202 379 5765
Hi keron. This is Sharon we met in Oakharbor a few weeks ago. Did you get my message I just sent? Oh my gosh your work is absolutely incredible. I want to get together possibly want to make the clinic in California and Bob and I are planning a trip to Portugal and Spain.
SHaron!!! I have been having trouble with Spam and I just saw this! I am so sorry! email me…. firstname.lastname@example.org
Would love to catch up. : )
Hi Karen —
I enjoyed seeing you even though briefly. You are an amazing person! You are following your passion passionately and it is a privilege to know you.
After talking with Cheryl I have decided to purchase the Sony Alpha a7RII. Will the FE 24-240 lens be OK or would you recommend something else?
Hello Keron. I hope this finds you well. Helen was very moved by your book and sends you her most sincere regards and thanks. I have a copy of The Risk of Sorrow ready to mail to you – signed by both Helen and me. What address is best for me to send it? Best, v.
I just saw this on the blog. I’ve been having a lot of trouble sorting out the spam. So sorry. Glad we connected on the email. VERY glad to have connected at the Exhibit. Warmth and gratitude for your work and your spirit. Hoping to meet Helen very very soon. Keron
You captured Portugal very well. You have a keen high and great discernment in what you shoot. This is the nature of the culture. Parabens, JP Giacomini
write me if you want to talk about lusitanos
Please send me an e-mail at the address above as I am unable to reach you by e-mail. Maybe I then can return a note back to you and we can schedule something for 2017. Would like to join one of your trips this year if the timing is right. Best Chuck PS had a great trip with Sam Abell in Japan.
Your work is amazing! I had the privilege of viewing it at the Saint Paul JCC. My favorite is the synagogue overlay, truly beautiful out of such loss. Thank you for sharing it with so many people.
Dear Diane, Thank you so much for taking the time to see the exhibition….and for reaching out in this manner. I am so pleased you could see the beauty in the work. The Girls of Room 28 taught me that we can create beauty, and perhaps a little solace in the darkest of hours. I wish you beauty and solace for all your days. Warmly, Keron
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