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June 13, 2011

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Kirsten

Awesome interview! She's very inspiring.

david stark

YES!!!! She absoloutely is! Thanks for saying!

D.

Todd

very interesting...and inspiring...both the interview and your blog. Thanks David

Frank

Helene is amazing. It is a privilege and honor to know her. She is both a genuine artist and genuine person. A combination, so hard to find, but such a reward when it is.

john morse

always a good visit and (high praise alert) always inspires new ideas. this visit no exception.

Roberta Kesselring

Love it!

Mark Quinn

Helen is such a talented and wonderful person! I am honored to be her brother. David, thank you for posting this.

discomedusa

hooray, what a wonderful feature about such an amazing person!

WFG Online

Wow what a creativity..Helen Quinn is a brilliant stylist..Not only this..she has more creativity

Federico Pignatelli

Helen Quinn is a great artist.. In this creativity we can see your efforts..U did a great job..Keep continue this work.

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