----- Original Message ----- 
From: Ms Donna DH Dixey 
To: Janna Pameijer 
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2009 8:18 PM
Subject: Workshop

Dear Janna,
I would love to thank you for such a unique & enjoyable
workshop. You were so helpful in getting my eye into
the animal anatomy with the lines & muscles of the
cheetah. It was also great to spend the weekend
at your wonderful home with Catering all day long!
You & your family made me feel very welcome.
Best wishes,

----- Original Message ----- From: Maureen Gray To: Janna Pameijer Sent: Friday, August 07, 2009 4:45 PM Subject: Appreciation & thanks Dear Janna, This letter is long overdue, but I really want to tell you how much I've appreciated your invaluable help at the various classes I have been privileged to attend. If it hadn't been for your help and inspiration I would have given up Pottery/Sculpture long ago, as there is just so much to learn, and with no background in this field one sometimes feels inadequate and helpless coming to it in our senior years. We all realise how important it is for us to have these creative interests, and it is such fun to learn a new skill at any age, so I can only repeat, many many thanks for sharing your knowledge so generously with us at our workshops. It is a very tiring two days for you, but you manage to retain your calmness and sense of humour - a quality much needed occasionally! Warmest regards, Maureen Gray Sunshine Coast Art Group.

----- Original Message ----- From: Vikki Rayner To: Janna Pameijer Sent: Tuesday, July 28, 2009 5:57 PM Subject: Dysart Potters Inc Hi Janna, Thank YOU. What a fantastic weekend. We have 4 new members as a result of it. I have verbal & written feedback from quite a few of the participants and all of them positive. They are impressed by your management skills of the group- firm but also supportive, encouraging them when they needed to forge on. The individual attention was also noted and the ease with which you worked the whole room sharing your time with everyone and not just a few of the participants. The new skills we have learnt are invaluable & helped 'we -more experienced potters' to extend our thinking & skills. Vikki Rayner and the Dysart Potters Inc