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Patrick Turner   Memorial to Patrick Turner


There will be an art show for Patrick Turner The Urban Contemporary
Renaissance Man in Milwaukee Wisconsin Displaying many of his originals and
collector pieces for sale.

Location: The Marshall Building
316 N. Milwaukee Street
Milwaukee WI, 53202

Date:
Opening Reception
Friday August 21, 2009
5:30 to 9:00 p.m
Live Music & Hors d'oeuvers

Sat. August 22, 2009
10:30 to 11:00 a.m Continental Breakfast
11:00 a.m Investing in Art Panel Discussion
Featuring artist and investors from the community

Closing reception 1:00 to 4:00 p.m
Libations, Music, recognitions, Shared memories and gathering of artist and
Family and Friends

Your Truly
Hostess
Manisha Dotson


My last conversation with him was at the Madison art show and he was getting ready to retire from the gas company in Milwaukee, move to Texas and start fulltime doing shows.
He was a creative, kind soul with a great sense of humor who will be dearly missed.

He was accepted in many of the top shows and won numerous awards.

I was saddened that we will no longer see his smiling face.

- Elaine Lanoue
p.s. I appreciate Powderhorn has a memorial page in his honor and I wanted to share it with you.
PowderhornArtFair.org

A slide show tribute to Patrick can be viewed at the Art Guild in Milwaukee website:

Another Star has fallen on December 17, 2008 in Milwaukee, WI. But this is a Star that shown brighter than most. An artist with so much creativity and value on life, Patrick freely helped others find their own value and creativity until you would feel abundantly rich with it and it had to flow. Thank you Patrick for showing me how to express and create what was already in me. A true therapist, Patrick Turner! He will be greatly missed. But we will Celebrate your life.
TheeArtGuild.com/


Patrick Turner and I were great friends for 35 years we met at We energies where we worked in the Leak survey Dept. as survey Tech. II, I am very sadden at the lost of my friend.
- Manisha Dotson


 

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