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Dec 13, 2009
Tina Marlow and Michael Poenitske are now friends
Sep 2, 2009
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"Dad was Sherman Marlow. He passed away in '91. But he worked at Spartan Printing. We used to get comic books once a month, so I thought that was cool. I remember an old school house on the way to Walsh and there was something unusual about it,…"
Sep 2, 2009
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"Wow! Yes; I do live in Walsh. What is your Dads name? I bet I know the rabbit place. Up the road. YOU ARE SO TALENTED by the way!!"
Sep 2, 2009
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"Looking at my page for a change. I checked your profile. Do you really live in Walsh IL? When I was a kid my dad worked in Sparta. A co-worker in Walsh kept rabbits so we went there and came home with 3. Two for pets and one for stew, but we let…"
Sep 2, 2009
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First Name
Michael
Last Name:
Poenitske
Zip Code:
62297
I am an:
Artist
If an artist/art student, my primary medium or mixed media is:
Other
About Me:
A Single artist/portraitist working in all varieties of drawing mediums. Born and raised locally, enjoy capturing my subjects inner beings.

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At 9:18pm on September 2, 2009, Tina Marlow said…
Dad was Sherman Marlow. He passed away in '91. But he worked at Spartan Printing. We used to get comic books once a month, so I thought that was cool. I remember an old school house on the way to Walsh and there was something unusual about it, maybe octagonal? Thanks for the comment on my work. I've been in a creative low spot lately but trying to climb out. You are very talented. I'm hopeless with anything halfway realistic.
At 4:27pm on September 2, 2009, Tina Marlow said…
Looking at my page for a change. I checked your profile. Do you really live in Walsh IL? When I was a kid my dad worked in Sparta. A co-worker in Walsh kept rabbits so we went there and came home with 3. Two for pets and one for stew, but we let dinner go... Funny I would remember that.
At 7:29pm on December 12, 2008, Colin M. Shaw said…
yeah- we used to run into those guys in Punch Judy- they were good.
We play Cream, Hendrix, Zeppelin, Mountain, ect... more heavy classic rock.
At 9:46pm on December 10, 2008, Colin M. Shaw said…
got a new bookie for here in town- have to see how he does for us in '09.
Didn't know people still played on the Landing! Played there all the time 11 or 12 yrs ago, though...
At 5:22pm on December 10, 2008, Colin M. Shaw said…
thanks- no, i'm the drummer. my brother is the singer
At 10:33pm on December 2, 2008, Colin M. Shaw said…
classic rock- we make our own albums too
see polarisband.com
At 8:07pm on December 1, 2008, Colin M. Shaw said…
No dude, I understand totally- I work full-time, too, plus I play in a rock band. If I could paint full time, I might really get something done- Ha!
No seriously, you draw extremely well-
 
 
 

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