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Reply Ann Marie Rausch
9:13 PM on July 31, 2016 
[/Gerard Schreyer] Good luck I am sure you will do great. It is fun, and the bright colors will make you smile everytime you see your chairs. Be sure to prime the wood first and put a sealer on the chairs when you are done. I use a polyacrylic, several coatings.
Reply Gerard Schreyer
1:23 PM on July 26, 2016 
When I saw some pictures on Facebook, I was really amazed by the beauty of the different bright colours! Here in Holland I had bought myself several simple 'kitchen chairs', made of pinewood, so not painted and then I visited your website...Though I realize it might be a big job to paint them a bit ike you did, for painting is not my hobby, but it is a challenge!
Reply Denise M.
8:33 PM on July 24, 2016 
I LOVE your work!
Reply Fil
8:08 PM on September 25, 2015 
Super! Happy! Your work puts a smile on our faces. :)
Best of luck Ann Marie
Reply Sean
2:33 AM on May 23, 2015 
Beautiful fun artful absolutely amazing art
You have re inspired me, I had color and people talked me into drab distressed stuff
I'm going back to color now
If I have to find a new store sobeit
Keep it going and keep the faith!
Thanks for your page and your art!
Reply Helene de Laurentis
12:05 PM on August 30, 2014 
Love the beautiful colors. Very Happy Furniture.
Reply Jane
10:40 PM on April 26, 2013 
You are AMAZING!!!!!! i absolutely love your work. i found you on Pinterest and you inspire me! :)
Reply dznikkijamesg6
5:26 AM on June 16, 2011 
Awesome webpage by Jean Crapo
Reply Emmie Seaman
9:44 PM on April 8, 2011 
Your work is a breath of fresh air. Love it. And nice to meet and talk with you.
Reply Jeanne Duffey
3:36 PM on January 8, 2011 
Don't you also paint gourds? I thought I saw some at the fair at Sequiota Park last fall. The reason I ask is because I am writing an article for GreeneMagazine on gourds.

Jeanne Duffey