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Tuesday, June 10, 2014


Alton DuLaney mentioned you in a comment.
Alton wrote: "Professor Reverend Sister Linda Mary Montano, art-mother/mentor, friend, funny lady, leading by living, learning and laughing. All of NYC was a happier and more creative place yesterday from having you performing in the park, just as you once shone light on the cultural darkness of central Texas. Savior and saint, you cleared the path for art=life, leaving the rest up to each disciple, student, seeker, wanderer, lost art soul. That hug yesterday was worth all my student loans, and every creative act lived, performed, and executed, is at least partially an homage to the nun, the teacher, the life coach, the counselor, the man, the myth, the mentor, the holy art/lifer, that has and always will be the wise, the fearless, the sage, the marvelous, the irreverent, the inspiration, the inappropriate, the breath in breath out, force that is you."

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