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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Amsterdam - 1 of ?

Maria writes: 
On a recent journey, my beloved and I had the great good fortune to visit the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.


This was one of the truly humbling experiences I have had as an artist. The architecture alone was stunning, with patterns and design everywhere.


 
We could have spent the entire day in one room, and not done it justice. There was one (colossal) room of just Rembrandt's works, . . .


. . . never mind the Vermeers and Van Goghs. It was so peaceful to watch people of all ages, from all over the world, standing still, as if hypnotized, not seeing anything but the works of art before them. The hushed din was reminiscent of a cathedral in mid day, when quiet was by choice, not demand.

Rick and I, were each on different missions: he with his camera and I with pen and paper. We wandered in different directions, checking back with each other every now and then only to point out one painting or ceiling detail that was not to be overlooked.

In the small (3-1/2 x 5") journal that my sister Sue brought me from Venice, I tangled or sketched snippets of images . . .


. . . a single button barely holding together an enticing swash of silk, an etched silver something or other, a drape of velvet, the inlaid ebony and ivory frame, a fold of lace . . .


The opportunities were endless and intoxicating. A sense of both excitement and calm was in the air.

The images fused together, as if they were always meant to be that way. Each "tangle" I encountered, was more beautiful than the last, begging to be included in the art-in-hand.

I kept thinking how fun it would be to bring groups of tanglers on museum hunts, harvesting the art, guiding our pens to immortalize these overlooked fragments of art once again.

Rick did the same with his cameras, taking (no kidding) thousands of photos of things I had missed or did not have time to draw. What an amazing re-viewing we had, when we finally sat and meandered through his treasures. We spent two days at the Rijksmuseum, one day at the Van Gogh Museum and another at the Staedtler Museum . . . all stories for future days and future blogs.

A return trip was in our hearts before we even left the city. It was that magnificent.

So, dear tanglers, we wish for you a day as we had.

Choose a local museum (and perhaps, a friend) and with your tools of our art, experience the romance of art, pattern and texture; of drawing in such an inspiring venue (double entendre intended!). Play an active and interactive part in your visit, not just a passively listening to words everyone else is hearing. Notice and appreciate the subtle details that are often missed . . . in frames . . . ceilings . . . floors . . .

Have people (or statues and paintings!) look over your shoulder, wondering what you are drawing.


See the art like you never have before.

Tangle, like you never have before.

Over the (harvest) moon.



Rick adds:
What began as, "This will make a great blog!" has become, "This will make a great blog series!"

Reviewing the (yes, thousands of) pictures, we realized this is a feast better served in courses, all the better to appreciate and savor its unique sights and insights; its individual tastes and tangles.

Inspiring details were everywhere. Here it seems Maria might be drawing from this painting . . .


. . . but what was recorded in her sketchbook was that painting's frame:



The sights were wonderful and inspirational. It was fun to see Rembrandt (van Rijn)'s "chop" on gilded pedestals . . .


. . . and stenciled walls.


It reminded me of one of my chops, with an added "V" (for "the fifth" . . . yes, actually!).

We are excited to share with you more of this visual bounty that we found in Amsterdam!

More . . . Much more . . . to come.

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91 comments:

Ginny Stiles said...

I am just amazed and inspired. Can't wait for my next museum visit.

Minimoek said...

What an inspiration, thanks for sharing with us and the beautiful pictures. We live close to Amsterdam and a visit to the museum is high on our list. I look forward to the next blogs, Regards Linda

Tracey A said...

Even your first picture of the OUTSIDE of the museum building(?) is inspirational!

Caren Mlot, CZT said...

Last month I returned home from a European vacation where there was tons of pattern inspiration. I took lots of photos and think you might enjoy looking at some of them on my recent blog post at http://tanglemania.blogspot.com/2014/09/a-tanglers-paradise.html
Looking forward to the rest of your blogs about this trip.

gobarb26 said...

Your trip sounds amazing! I have had many opportunities to delight in patterns, since I started tangling, but nothing like what you have been inspired by! I think I will join Ginny on a trip to a museum! ;-)

Barb Burgess, CZT

swxe said...

Wonderful! Every time I see something like this, it makes me want to drop whatever I was doing that seemed so important at the time to just focus and flow with it, and I loved your description of the experience.

Rhonda Miller said...

What an amazing opportunity. Since discovering this art form, I have found myself looking for patterns everywhere. Thank you for your inspiration.

HeidiSue said...

Isn't it something, how architecture takes on such new interest, once zentangle has entered one's life? How blessed you are to have wandered around in a culture center like Amsterdam, and how fitting that the pattern in the frame was as thrilling for you to see, as the artwork inside the frame!
Sounds like a tangler to me.

Webster said...

I LOVE the Dutch artists and look forward to seeing more of the museum in future blog entries! The detail on that frame --- sends chills!

dagmar.eu said...

I had the great luck to visit the Rijksmuseum nearly 10 years ago. Sadly most of Rembrandt's paintings were away at another museum but it made us look much more at the architecture. When taken to museums for art I often find myself looking more at the surroundings of the art than the art itself. Not so much when it is museums of applied art - then my head spins. There are always patterns to find wherever we go if we bother to look. Thanks for a great post. Looking forward to the next

Lynnita Knoch said...

I didn't go to a museum, but when driving through an old, quaint town in Ohio I was inspired by the architecture of the old homes. I took hundreds of photos of the houses with close-ups of the details. They are great to refer to for inspiration when I'm drawing, sketching, or tangling.
Your trip sounds wonderful - I love the Dutch classic artists and the frames their paintings are hung in. Looking forward to your series of blogs! Thanks for sharing!!522

Lesley Roberts said...

Thank you for sharing these beautiful images and heartfelt words - all so inspiring and encouraging both to those of us who are similarly inclined; and those who are not yet so inclined .....:) Recently I took 100s of photos at Gloucester Cathedral (UK), location of an amazing sculpture exhibition. I even find myself inspired by beautiful manhole covers in new places I visit (much to the dismay of my children, and patient understanding of my husband!). From art/museums to nature to everyday industrial/manmade interventions in our townscapes - there is so much to notice and be inspired by! Thank you so much for the (literally!) awesome way you have shared your experience with us - Lesley Roberts CZT, UK

Ellen said...

Thank you for sharing your photos. Love to see the place true your eyes. I had a similar experience when visiting the musea in Washington DC. Love the paintings, but was also very focused on the ceiling, floor and frame-designs.

Diane Wright, CZT said...

My daughter and I (both CZT 15) were able to see some of the great paintings from the Met when they were on loan to the Houston Museum. It was so wonderful to be that close to these great works of art. We could have reached out and touched them. But didn't! That was before we discovered Zentangle. I think it's time to go back. Diane Wright

floweringmoon said...

This brings me back to a trip to New York City as a teenager and my visit to the Guggenheim and Metropolitan. If I had only known about Zentangle back then! Just gorgeous....

Sarah Stainbak said...

Thanks for sharing such a wonderful moment, and the wonderful museum.

Jane said...

What an amazing experience. We were in Yellowstone National Park these last two weeks, where the geothermal features offered up great designs. Yellowstone is not strictly a museum but nature daily builds beauty of its own.

Andrea said...

I too felt and experience that wonderful giddiness that fine art can bring when I visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC last October. I really enjoyed your post, well, all of them.

CJG said...

What an amazing and inspiring trip! On a much smaller scale, I recently visited (15 minutes before closing) the Russian Icon Museum in Clinton, MA to see the exhibit of the Russian royal china. The patterns were gorgeous, and I was allowed to snap a few photos for future inspiration. I'll have to see which patterns have already been turned into Tangles, and which ones I can develop!

Zentangle said...

I recently visited the Museum of Russian Icons for the first time (it being only 40 minutes from our home).
It was a treasure of a small museum, well worth the effort.

I took photos as well.

Maria

Valerie said...

Thank you for this idea! I had not thought of it before but certainly will the next time I am in a museum!

Megan Hitchens said...

Our museums and galleries are such treasures. I frequently take in a sketchbook, but I had not thought to take in my Zentangle notebook. Next time... (and a room full of Rembrandts. I think you were in heaven)

Melissa Cahn said...

I have been there and it is beyond words. So much to see. I was visually tired after one day. Thanks for bringing back great memories of my visit.
Melissa, CZT6
mwcahn@ptd.net

Shelly Beauch said...

I find a making the 1st steps through the front door of a museum feels special with the grandeur and anticipation.
Thank you for sharing.

BarbaraW said...

I always love to read your blog. It opens a world of inspiration. Thanks for sharing with us.

Judy Maurer said...

After a recent trip to Greece, I found that I had more pictures of the architecture and what might be future patterns for Zentangle than I did of anything else. So much fun!

Kelley Kelly said...

What a beautiful day you had. Traveling like that is on my someday list... someday, when the kids aren't so young; someday, when we have money... I start to worry sometimes that someday may never come and I am so grateful to be able to live a little of that life through your eyes!

I'm lucky enough to live in the Hartford area which is home to the oldest public art museum in the country (the Wadsworth Atheneum) and a wonderful museum of American art (The New Britain Museum of American Art). I will have to find a day when my hubby can take the kids (while I do take them to the museum, they are small enough that there is no peace or time to sketch) and head off to look at frames!

Sara said...

Thank you for the lovely blog post. It was just enough for me to take out my sketch book and head for the historical society in my home town. I don't have any fancy art museums where I live, but local art can be wonderful and inspiring.
Sara McGregor, CZT12

cindy or eric said...

All my life I have been intrigued by the frames around art. Sometimes, the frame is more worthy than the art it frames! But I got the clear message, the frame is not the art, the painting is the art. Don't make such a big deal over the frame. Thanks for your message--its not just the painting that is the art. Look at everything.

Cari said...

Wonderful inspiration! I love looking at carved frames for patterns. Thanks for sharing and I look forward to the next installment.

Pye Squire said...

I really enjoyed follow you through the museum in Amsterdam I imagined watching you walk and carefully look at each of the pieces of art noticing the tiniest of patterns and Textures on the incredible frames surrounding the amazing art work And noticing every pattern on the wallpaper. i imagine watching you sketch and tangle, I want to watch your every stroke of pen so I might soak up a bit more of your great expertise . With that picture in mind this weekend I planning a trip to Chicago Art Institute I will bring along my pens and a New journal I made and do a little of the same it's not Amsterdam but it'll have to do . Thank you for sharing your trip with us
Pye S. CZT8

Debra said...

I'm only just learning to Tangle, so everything feels new to me! What is the tangle on the left in Maria's journal? I'll need to go to the Atkin's now, I can tell! Thanks for all the instruction and inspiration!

bozoette said...

What a wonderful trip! Since moving to Philadelphia, I am looking forward to exploring the wonderful museums here.

Peg Stueber said...

I'll never look at a museum the same way again. Your post has me itching to take the camera down to the local artefact vault and zoom in on patterns!

Anonymous said...

Ever since attending CZT XIII I have noticed patterns everywhere. When I walk my dog I see the patterns in nature. I notice patterns in the items for sale at stores. I take pictures of things that I want to try and tangle. It's fun. Jacqueline S

Linda Dochter said...

Earlier this year I was introduced to two of life's new treasures - the art of Zentangle and a trip to Ireland. The first did so much to enhance the second. I saw new patterns in rock walls, rams horns, cable knit sweaters, cemetery art -- it was endless. And I, like you, brought home endless patterns that will end up in souvenir tiles. What an exciting new way to enrich my passion for travel!

Thanks for the inspiration.
Linda

Sandra Chatelain said...

Museums are such an inspiration for me as well. A great nudge to dig out my pictures again (not brave enough to draw in public yet.) When I comb through the images I see so much more than What I was actually taking the picture of. I recently purchased the moleskine book "Art Journal" and can keep track of the art work, inspirations, thoughts and associations, take aways, first impressions and late thoughts on the pieces that capture me in the various museum I visit. Helps me keep organized.

Daniel said...

This reminds me of visiting the Botanical Gardens in Denver...constantly taking pictures, thinking "that would make an awesome drawing...so would that...and that..." Sadly, I hadn't been introduced to Zentangle by then, but I still have the pictures! Somewhere, hiding in a place far, far away...

Mary said...

What a wonderful visit to Holland you enjoyed. On a recent visit to the UK and a previous visit to Europe I took so many photos of patterned floors, painted ceilings, architecture and graffiti! Everything from carved pillars to cemetery statues. I use them as inspiration in learning to draw. And thanks to Zentangle my drawing is improving daily. I've never had a lesson but so many blogs on the web keep me tangling for hours Thank you.
Mrs B Australia

1 Art Lady Kate, Tangles and More said...

Some years back I was fortunate to be in all three museums and remember standing in awe seeing all the great works of art that I had only seen in my art history books, plus all the ones that aren't covered. At the Van Gogh museum that year there was a major retro show going on so I was able to see many works from around the world, and private collections on view. It still gives me goose bumps when I think of it. I wish Zentangle had been in my mind at that point as it truly would have been even richer. I look forward to hearing and seeing more of your adventure.

MartyG said...

Thank you for sharing these experiences with us. I am amazed at how beautiful Maria can draw holding her notebook like this and standing. If I did that it would look like a spider jumped in an inkwell and ran around on the paper. I love the photos and will try to tangle a few tiles with these as inspiration. I will also pay closer attention to patterns, wherever I am. Thanks, again. MartyG

Carol Graham said...

Thank you for letting us "tag along" on your adventure, seeing sights many of us will only dream about. Can't wait for the next stop!

artbyjolis said...

You have inspired me to re-visit a local museum and look for art--in different places and shapes than ever before. Thank you!

Dr. Jude A. Rathburn said...

Rick and Maria -

Thanks for continuing to inspire and amaze with stories of how Zentangle can also be a way to live - one moment at a time.

Tisha said...

So amazingly inspiring. I have my current Zentangle project sitting on my dining room table as we speak.

Judy Dudley said...

Thanks so much for this view of a place I may never get to see. It makes me want to visit a local museum and "tangle" the little details!

Linda said...

Wow! Your trip sounds amazing! I carried a sketchbook with me when I visited the Field Museum in Chicago. I was also interested in designs and tangles and recorded them with pen and camera.

Sharon Wrench said...

Tucked away in the treasure of my mind are the past paintings and breath taking buildings created by the artists who remain great in times of long ago and in the present for us to absorb and enjoy. When we are in awe of the beautiful architecture and art from years gone by, it makes me wonder if the work that we do now will be appreciated in the future. It inspires us to do our best in everything we do and not take the day for granted. What I have been blessed to see and learn will remain an eternal treasure!

Donna J. Cyr said...

Maria and Rick: You inspired me from the moment I met you in Providence. Thank you for sharing this amazing experience with us and through your eyes.....I feel like I am experiencing a lifelong dream. Thank you for sharing this amazing journey with us.

Yvonne R said...

I love the way your life encapsulates Zentangle, you are both a true inspiration. Bring on those dates, can't wait to fly over to meet you and experience this new magical world at it's birthplace. From down under Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Mary O'Brien , Mansfield , Ma said...

Maria and Rick , I just loved your Amsterdam blog. I have been there and can't imagine how you made to see so much of the museum ( from a Zentangler's eye) I loved seeing the museum through your eyes. I was there in l972. I went to Macedonia after my first pentangle class this Spring. My photography changed so much. The architect , the local fences and of course nature were so amazing. Thank you for introducing me to Zentangle.

Mary O'Brien , Mansfield , Ma said...

Maria and Rick , I will preview my post the next time. "I was amazed how many tangles you saw everywhere" Also, meant to say first Zentangle class. The computer auto corrected. Mary O'Brien

Barrie said...

Thank you for your beautiful pictures. As an art history student in the seventies, my girlfriend and I convinved our parents to let us roam throughout Europe for the entire summer with the great museums as our guide. I remember distinctly standing in front of Rembrandt's Night Watch totally blown away by the detail and shadowing! I have only discovered Zen Tangling this past March...been doing it almost daily since....certainly makes me wish I had known about it 40 years ago-to think how much better I would have observed and recorded and then the fun of tangling! WOW!Thank you for sharing your exciting and humbling experience!

Rosie55 said...

Having recently started tangling, I was on holiday in the North of England last week and took the opportunity to visit Durham Cathedral, one of the oldest and greatest of our cathedrals and one I had not visited before. Inside, I was stunned by the rich carving and patterning which was everywhere, from the massive stone pillars to the stone itself, in places swirled in perfect circles. Alas photography was not allowed and I did not have a sketch book with me. A repeat visit calls to me but I also bought a beautiful guide book which happily provides good photographs of some of the areas of interest.
Thankyou for adding so much to my life, including, at the tender age of 64, a new way of seeing what is around me. A busy and fulfilled retirement is going to be full of joy!
And just as a bonus, three of the friends I was holidaying with were so interested in Zentangle, that they have gone home enthused and intending to take it up. Zentangle is spreading in the UK !

Joanne said...

It is said that timing is everything! I have been guilty of similar activities! While on a cross-country trip my family was visiting the capital building in Austin Texas. I was found lying on my back in the middle of the rotunda floor with camera poised, much to the chagrin of my family! Back then I was gathering snippets to use in my quilting and quilting patterns. I now am guilty of the same thing with tangling also. We have taught our family that you see so much more when you slow down and let it happen to you! Thank you for all that you have brought to so many of us!

Janet said...

Absolutely beautiful!...Having spent 20 years in the military and a chance to be stationed in Europe, Central America, and Asia, I've enjoyed many museums, cathedrals, and more...Enjoyed it all and what inspiration it is!...Love your pictures and looking forward to more...

Judy Holzschuh said...

What a wonderful trip! I always tell my students that I now see through different eyes. We will soon be going to France for the first time. I am SO glad I have my Zentangle eyes through which to appreciate all the sights. I know I'll come back with lots of inspiration. And I'll be looking for Bijou! Thank-you for this gift.

Dorothy Allison said...

I just loved reading your blog. Like you, I find myself seeing patterns all around me whether in architecture or even in the Australian outback - inspiration comes from the gibber stone plains of the Australian desert, or the patterns on our Scribbly Gums. Thank you for sharing and inspiring us.
Dorothy

Joann Carlson said...

Exciting to read your blog. Loved the photos and the tangle ideas. So awesome.

Jan Brandt said...

When I began to watercolor, I began wondering if the sky was cerulean or cobalt or a combination ... which trees might have a touch of viridian ... and how could I possibly represent authentically the color of a California poppy! Since Zentangle has overtaken and so satisfies my creative cravings, I see only patterns. The shadow of a rake leaning against a tree trunk led to a 20 minute photo session yesterday! I am not at all surprised, therefore, that your Amsterdam Rijksmuseum experience enriched your incredible Zentangle path! Thank you for including us in your journey with all the pictures and your wonderfully-written travel log! Everything I read from you both makes me smile. :)
Jan Brandt, CZT XII, Reno, NV

Anonymous said...

Dear Rick and Maria,

Nice to see you had a good time in Holland. I just visited the Rijksmuseum myself for the first time in the beginning of September. After that i had a ZenTangle workshop from the both of you. I have been hooked on ZenTangle ever since. Now that i read your blog i wished i visited the Rijksmuseum after your workshop...hahahaha!

Greetings from Holland!

Marieke

SMGrandma said...

We recently spent four days in a California coastal town in our RV. I took many macro photos on a quiet walk and delighted in nature as my museum. Thoroughly enjoyed your blog post about Amsterdam. Had never really considered a museum for inspiration, but I will now.

Jeannie Mahood said...

Thanks for this post and I look forward to more! A few years ago while at the High Museum in Atlanta I stumbled upon a one room exhibit about the frames from the 19th-20th centuries. They were an art form in themselves, and great tangle inspirations!
Jeannie Mahood (CZT 2) Atlanta, GA

Kimberly Barcello said...

I loved Amsterdam. Glad you did too!

Paula W. said...

After I started tangling, I began to see furniture, carpeting, architecture and fabrics in a whole different way. The image of Maria looking at the FRAME rather than the picture made me laugh. On a recent weekend getaway I sat in my hotel room in Cape May, NJ with my sketchbook, capturing patterns from the bedspread. You just don't look at things the same way anymore...

AliciaArtShop said...

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http://www.aliciaartshop.com/blog.html

Have a happy day, Alicia

Sandhya Manne said...

Dear Rick and Maria....I really enjoyed this blog post....a couple of weeks back..my family and I took a 10 day trip to Central and Western India...mostly visiting Forts and Palaces...It was an enriching experience for me...although with two little kids hanging at my feet I could not really sketch or tangle like Maria!
I particularly want to mention this little place just before GandhiNagar in Gujarat State of India...called Adlaj...there was this 14th century Step Well with amazing architecture and stunning stone carvings...there were patterns patterns everywhere...wish I could post a picture here....But this place totally touched me...

Lori Reynolds said...

Similar to Paula W's inspiration in the bedspread pattern of her hotel room, I collect photos of hotel carpets. I have only recently discovered Zentangle® and will be contacting my local (lucky me) CZT for a class soon. Looking forward to adding this new art/craft to my current repertoire of meditative and creative practices.

Marina Hombroeckx said...

What a great read!
In the beginning of this month I visited Madrid for a couple of days. While walking through the city we stumbled on the Almudena Cathedral. It's a pretty big one and hard to miss, but we weren't really walking to anything just random walking in this beautiful city.
We decided to have a look inside the Cathedral (although they had a mass going) and when I stepped inside and looked up I was amazed! I was in Tangle Heaven. The whole ceiling is covered in patterns.
Her is a link to a picture, the next 3 pictures are other parts of the ceiling.
https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/109976623347513742041/albums/6073083982928594369/6073084166614354690?pid=6073084166614354690&oid=109976623347513742041

Maybe a tip for your next visit to Europe?

Paula (PEP) said...

I've been without internet so had missed this post…… in the interim I've moved to a city where there's a museum & classes are run looking at the museums exhibits in terms of patterns for designs (I believe in terms of textiles but I thought tangles); I'd already decided to sign up for the January term & then your post…………
Paula (PEP)

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Suzanne Fluhr said...

Ever since I've been tangling (I'm a relative newbie), I find myself seeing, and taking photos of patterns all around me. I recently shared some I took on a recent trip to South Africa in a blog post. I've been working on deconstructing some of them. I have been to over 30 countries and have somehow missed the Netherlands. My husband has a conference in Amsterdam next year, so I hope I will finally make it there.

Sophia's fantastic world said...

What a inspired trip!
I can't remember the last time I visit a special museum since my daughter was born.
But I always can't forget the wonderful time in Providence with Rick and Maria !
Best wishes to both of you from Sophia CZT 15

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Karen's Yarn Paper Scissors said...

I always visit the art museums anywhere we have traveled. Used both my paper and pencil and my camera. This is a practice I started in my teens and now I have literally thousands of photos from museums and places I have been round the world. This has been priceless in terms of inspiration for both my Zentangle art, pastel and colored pencil art and my writing...absolutely priceless!!!

Carol Powers said...

I am so inspired by what I see you do so naturally. I love that I am learning to see everything in the world so differently. I feel like I am developing an artist's eye!

Sybil Tullos said...

What are the colors of the pens that Maria uses. There's always a reddish-brown that I like a lot but don't know the name. Does anyone know the name? Thanks....

Zentangle said...

It is a BROWN Sakura ® pigma micron 01

It may look like a "sepia" color, but is what Sakura calls brown.

Very nice, I use it often.


Maria

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Quwatha Valentine said...

It's been a long time since I've been to Amsterdam. Thank you so much for your photos and blog so that I could once again take a walk through romantic Amsterdam.

Jean Kanack said...

how gorgeous and inspiring. lucky you.

Linda B (Delaware) said...

What an amazing trip you had - and the inspiration of all those 'natural' zentangles! ~~fantastic.

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linda b (Delaware)

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Dr Purva Pius said...

Hello Everybody,
My name is Mrs Sharon Sim. I live in Singapore and i am a happy woman today? and i told my self that any lender that rescue my family from our poor situation, i will refer any person that is looking for loan to him, he gave me happiness to me and my family, i was in need of a loan of S$250,000.00 to start my life all over as i am a single mother with 3 kids I met this honest and GOD fearing man loan lender that help me with a loan of S$250,000.00 SG. Dollar, he is a GOD fearing man, if you are in need of loan and you will pay back the loan please contact him tell him that is Mrs Sharon, that refer you to him. contact Dr Purva Pius,via email:(urgentloan22@gmail.com) Thank you.

BORROWERS APPLICATION DETAILS


1. Name Of Applicant in Full:……..
2. Telephone Numbers:……….
3. Address and Location:…….
4. Amount in request………..
5. Repayment Period:………..
6. Purpose Of Loan………….
7. country…………………
8. phone…………………..
9. occupation………………
10.age/sex…………………
11.Monthly Income…………..
12.Email……………..

Regards.
Managements
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Dr Purva Pius said...

Hello Everybody,
My name is Mrs Sharon Sim. I live in Singapore and i am a happy woman today? and i told my self that any lender that rescue my family from our poor situation, i will refer any person that is looking for loan to him, he gave me happiness to me and my family, i was in need of a loan of S$250,000.00 to start my life all over as i am a single mother with 3 kids I met this honest and GOD fearing man loan lender that help me with a loan of S$250,000.00 SG. Dollar, he is a GOD fearing man, if you are in need of loan and you will pay back the loan please contact him tell him that is Mrs Sharon, that refer you to him. contact Dr Purva Pius,via email:(urgentloan22@gmail.com) Thank you.

BORROWERS APPLICATION DETAILS


1. Name Of Applicant in Full:……..
2. Telephone Numbers:……….
3. Address and Location:…….
4. Amount in request………..
5. Repayment Period:………..
6. Purpose Of Loan………….
7. country…………………
8. phone…………………..
9. occupation………………
10.age/sex…………………
11.Monthly Income…………..
12.Email……………..

Regards.
Managements
Email Kindly Contact: urgentloan22@gmail.com