Wednesday, November 04, 2009

My warmest thanks to Patricia Gaye Tapp for the interest she has shown in my work and the large space she has devoted to an interview on her blog Little Augury.

6 comments:

Irina said...

I enjoyed reading the interview very much. Love your work and what you've said about styling. I so prefer the Michael Trapp look instead of everything in the room is symmetrical and color coordinated.
Because your last name is Ukrainian, I was interested about your family history. Do you know if any museum in Ukraine talks about your ancestors or if the family home still exist? What part of Ukraine?
PS. I got the Garden Room book from a seller on amazon. because you said you enjoyed working on it so much I wanted to see it. It's a beautiful book and now my FAVORITE!

Irina said...

there is some information on this web site
http://www.ua-today.com/modules/myarticles/article_storyid_414.html

it's very impressive! the article says without Terestchenko there would not be four famous museums as well as many buildings in Gluhyv (Глухiв).

home before dark said...

So enjoyed your interview. It is a glowing feeing that in difficult times in much of the world, that beauty is shared around the world in a heartbeat.

le style et la matière said...

Thank you for being so generous with your work and your comments!

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