Bill Gwin

Egle,

Count me in.  I agree it would be great to get together and share
stories and antidotes about Sitton.  Margee Bright lives here in
Auburn and I’m sure would want to participate.  I would love to see a
retrospect of his work but have no idea where it all is.   And yes,
see and catch up with James, Vee, Olympia, Joan, and you.
Bill

Bill Gwin

Student of Jim Sitton

GSU

Vee Brown

“I’m most influenced to this very day by his passion for music. There’s a piece by Bach I’m crazy about, the Sarabande from his French Suite Number 5 in G Major_a slow lilting achingly beautiful dance on keyboard that is like the movements of some deeply in love partners in a half dream state approaching a slow-motion ecstasy! So Sitton would probably respond to it by looking heavenward, eyes closed, as he disconnects from earth’s gravity.”

Vee Brown

Student of: Jim Sitton

Georgia State University