Thaddeus Erdahl
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  • Princeton, NJ
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"Splendid textures, strikingly evocative presence. To these works. Bravo!"
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At 9:11am on April 13, 2014, Brigitte Martin said…

Hello Thaddeus: Thank you very much for your membership renewal and continued support of crafthaus. Your membership is valid through April 15, 2015.
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At 12:34pm on April 13, 2012, Susan Walker Conta said…
Splendid textures, strikingly evocative presence. To these works. Bravo!
At 12:31pm on April 13, 2012, Susan Walker Conta said…
Splendid textures, strikingly evocative presence. To these works. Bravo!
At 10:40pm on September 11, 2011, Paul Andrew Wandless said…

Work looks really good.

At 11:08am on September 11, 2011, Claudia Rush said…

Wonderful work!

At 2:27pm on April 23, 2011, Paul Andrew Wandless said…
Congrats on being a featured artist.  Work look good!
At 1:08pm on April 23, 2011, alice simpson said…
Like a man with a lobster!
At 10:05pm on April 12, 2011, Alanna DeRocchi said…
Ps- I like your work!!
At 10:05pm on April 12, 2011, Alanna DeRocchi said…
I did have a piece at St. Pete- I was wondering if it made it there! Thanks for the friend request!
At 2:20pm on February 15, 2011, alice simpson said…

Gorgeous finishes, disturbing expressions, awesome hair (very important), and I

adore a guy with a big nose!

Are the eyes glass? If so, how do you insert them?

 
 
 

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