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  1. Jenine Clevenger
    April 5, 2012

    Hi Gina,
    Your website is looking really good! I think the amount of work is appropriate since it has many facets. Your work is really evocative and both complicated and simple at the same time. Wonderful!

  2. Tom
    April 5, 2012

    Hi Gina,

    My name is Tom, a friend of René Schuler. She is a fellow member of the Klein Artist Works Gang group and told me that you asked for feedback on your website. I built hers ( and also Tracy Ostmann’s ( if you want to check them out. Anyways, I just wanted to give you some feedback that hopefully helps you out.

    First off, very nice art – those outdoor pieces are incredible. Have you thought about putting more text on the main pages? This is good for ranking your website higher in search engines, and ideally would want your site to rank #1 when someone Googles your name. Right now, appears 1st, but I noticed you also have your sites on .com and .info. You should definitely use your .com address. Last thing – you have a “follow @ginatelcocci” Twitter button on your .com address, so maybe put that and other links to your other social networks on your new website?

    I hope this helps! Great job so far.


    • ginatelcocci
      April 6, 2012

      Thanks for the feedback & I will do all of those things!

  3. jeff kahn
    April 6, 2012

    Gina, I just wanted to say, your website looks great, it didn’t load slowly but more importantly
    I think your sculpture is really beautiful and intriguing.
    Nice job on all counts.

  4. Anita
    May 12, 2012

    I am happy to have a way to follow the work you have been doing recently and love being able to revisit some of your work from the old days.

    You know I am a fan!

  5. maxine einhorn
    September 30, 2012

    I love your work especially the land art feel of it

    Best wishes,


  6. Fay Thomson
    September 30, 2012

    Dear Gina, I have told you somewhere before how much I appreciate your work. It speaks to me, is in touch with nature and with the heart of all people.
    I was taken with the sculpture in Albany memorial Park Ca which used a quote from Ghandi – “Be the change you want to see in the world”.

    How lovely it would be for this sculpture with the quiet seating area , to be in parks in many parts of the world with those words translated in many languages. The message speaks out to people without thrusting it down one’s throat.

    Actually I would like to see it in seating areas at train stations, bus stops, shopping malls and so on.

    Would you consider submitting it to Art Toppling Tobacco ? You would need to in the About the Art section of the submission form, connect it with a person’s desire to stop smoking.

    I’m going to take another look at your other sculptures now.

    Best Wishes go to you through this message. Fay

    • ginatelcocci
      September 30, 2012

      Thank you for your comments, Fay. Actually, the way that particular quote, which is attributed to Gandhi, came to be on that bench was that, as part of that project, there was supposed to be some interaction with the public. So I asked for suggestions from the public for ideas of
      text for the bench. I put a box for collections in a few public places in Albany and after a month or two, collected them all and the public art committee voted on it. So, as you can see, I cant take credit for it!

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